Colonial Exhibition of Semarang
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Aerial view of the colonial exhibition of Semarang
|Country||Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia|
|Opening||August 13, 1914|
|Closure||November 15, 1914|
The Colonial Exhibition, Dutch: Koloniale Tentoonstelling, took place in Semarang, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) in from August 13 through November 15, 1914. Colonial exhibitions were trade expositions. It was designed to "give a comprehensive picture of the Dutch Indies in their present prosperous condition."
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Kutaraja (Banda Aceh) museum
NIGM pavilion at the Colonial Exhibition in Semarang (1914)
Carl Schlieper pavilion in background and "gereedschapen" (finished sheep)
Visit of Governor General A.W.F. Idenburg to the exhibition
Koninklijke Paketvaart Maatschappij (KPM) pavilion
Bandstand Traffic Pavilion and the pavilion of F.J. Fuchs (a carriage supply and automobile distributor)
- "Calendar". The Independent. 13 Jul 1914. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
- Colonial Exhibition of Semarang catalog University of Leiden Library