Lawang Sewu, meaning “Thousand Doors” in Javanese, is a historic building complex in Semarang, Indonesia. It was originally built as a headquarters for the Dutch East Indies Railway Company and has become an architectural icon. The building features a neoclassical design with numerous doors and windows, creating a unique facade. Despite its name, Lawang Sewu doesn’t have a thousand doors but showcases exceptional architectural splendor. Today, it serves as a museum, displaying historical artifacts and photographs that offer insight into the building’s past.
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