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Sate Bandung maranggi is typical food with a distinctive aroma of spices with tender meat with sweet and savory flavors equipped with pepper and tomato slices add taste If you want to try, you can visit to the city of Bandung in IBCC foodcourt jl.Ahmad Yani Bandung, Bandung jl.cisangkuy Cisangkuy Market, Citylink Mall jl.BKR, Jl.Jawa, TSM jl.Gatotsubroto

Tangkuban Parahu or Mount Maras is one of the mountain located in the province of West Java, Indonesia. About 20 km to the north of Bandung, with lush pine trees and the expanse of tea gardens in the vicinity, Tangkuban Perahu has a height of 2,084 meters tall. This is a mountain shape Stratovulcano with eruptive center moved from east to west. Tangkuban Perahu has a forest area Dipterokarp Hill, Upper Dipterokarp forest, Montane forests, and the Forest Ericaceous or mountain forests.

Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) is a college, located in the city of Bandung. Name ITB inaugurated on March 2, 1959 Since the date of October 14, 2013 ITB becomes Universities

Gedung Sate is a neo-classical building mixed with native elements. Once the seat of the Dutch East Indies department of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, it now serves as the governor's office of the West Java province in Indonesia. Located in Bandung, it was built in 1920 after a design by Dutch architect J. Gerber. Its common name, Gedung sate, is a nickname that translates literally from Indonesian to 'satay building', which is a reference to the shape of the building's central pinnacle - which resemble the shape of one of the Indonesian traditional dish called satay. Contents See also

Merdeka Building the past,, Merdeka Building (Indonesian: Gedung Merdeka) is an art-deco building in Jalan Asia-Afrika, Bandung, Indonesia. Today it serves as a museum displaying collections and photographs of the Asian–African Conference, the first Non-Aligned Movement that was held there in 1955.[1]