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TUGU STATION JOGJAKARTA
Tugu Station began serving transportation needs since May 2, 1887, some 15 years after Lempuyangan Station. Initially, the station is only used for the transit railway transport produce from areas of Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. But since 1 Febnruari 1905, the station began to be used for rail transit passengers. Line outside the city was first built in 1899, connecting Yogyakarta and Surakarta.
Starting from a small station, Tugu station has now become one of the largest stations in Indonesia. It has a 6 train lines, the station serves the transportation of almost all big cities in Java. More than 20 train departures and arrivals take place every day, good railway economics, business and executive. There are various offers to train and departure time towards a certain area so you have many options.
Since built in the Dutch colonial period, the architecture of the building is very thick with a European feel. Once off the train, you will instantly recognize from the big doors brown and tall ceilings strengthened with a white wall color. You also can enjoy the charm of the station building, which until now still maintained its authenticity from the front. The building looks magnificent with large doors and two roof rail line umbrella.
When you get back from boys state and go to husson to see this really amazing girl and you sit on the lawn to watch the sun go down and then the 2 councilors come out and say you have to leave so you get up to leave and notice that there's like 100 girls looking out through this big window and your like 😬😬 awkward. #happytoseeher#backhome#fixingeverything @its_me.bec