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Gambir Station and Immanuel Church are located in the eastern edge of Gambir Subdistrict, Central Jakarta Gambir is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is characterized by many historic buildings from the colonial era. Gambir Subdistrict is the location of many political and administrative center of Jakarta and Indonesia. The Merdeka Palace (the presidential palace of Indonesia), the National Museum and the Merdeka Square (the location of the National Monument) are located in Gambir. Gambir is bounded by the Flood Canal (Indonesian: Banjir Kanal) to the west, the river Ciliwung to the east, KH Zainul Arifin and Sukarjo Wiryopranoto Road to the north, and Kebon Sirih Raya Road to the south. The City Hall of Central Jakarta is located in South Petojo, Gambir Subdistrict. One of the busiest railway station of Jakarta, Gambir Station, is located in Gambir, Gambir Subdistrict. Contents 1 History 2 Toponym 3 Kelurahan (Administrative Villages) 4 List of important places 5 References History See also: Merdeka Square, Jakarta. An aerial picture of the northeast corner of Koningsplein showing the Palace of the Governor-General which is now the Merdeka Palace The area of Gambir Subdistrict, especially the area within the Administrative Village of Gambir, was centered around an open area known as the Merdeka Square. This open area was known as Champ de Mars in 1808 and Koningsplein in 1816. The Koningsplein was surrounded with colonial buildings which has become the character of Gambir administrative village. Some of these colonial buildings are now one of the landmark of Jakarta, such as the Willemskerk (now the Immanuel Church) and The Batavian Society of Arts and Science (now the National Museum).[1] Toponym The name Gambir is taken from the name of a French-decent Dutch lieutenant named Gambier, the lieutenant whom Daendels assigned to pave the way to the south.[2] Kelurahan (Administrative Villages) The subdistrict of Gambir is divided into six kelurahan or administrative villages: Gambir - area code 10110 Kebon Kelapa - area code 10120 South Petojo - area code 10130 Duri Pulo - area code 10140 Cideng - area code 10150 North Petojo - area code 10160 List of important places Merdeka Palace City Hall of Central Jakarta Gambir Station Governor Office of DKI Jakarta Immanuel Church Merdeka Palace Merdeka Square Monas National Gallery National Museum Taman Prasasti Museum References ^ Adolf Heuken SJ (2007). Historical Sites of Jakarta. Cipta Loka Caraka Foundation, Jakarta.  ^ Pradaningrum Mijarto.Pasar Gambir Puluhan Tahun Lalu. Kompas daring. Edisi 29 Agustus 2009. v · d · eAdministrative areas of the Special Capital Territory of Jakarta Cities and Regency of Jakarta Central Jakarta Cempaka Putih • Gambir • Johar Baru • Kemayoran • Menteng • Sawah Besar • Senen • Tanah Abang West Jakarta Cengkareng • Grogol • Kalideres • Kebon Jeruk • Kembangan • Palmerah • Taman Sari • Tambora South Jakarta Cilandak • Jagakarsa • Kebayoran Baru • Kebayoran Lama • Mampang Prapatan • Pancoran • Pasar Minggu • Pesanggrahan • Setiabudi • Tebet East Jakarta Cakung • Cipayung • Ciracas • Duren Sawit • Jatinegara • Kramat Jati • Makasar • Matraman • Pasar Rebo • Pulo Gadung North Jakarta Cilincing • Kelapa Gading • Koja • Pademangan • Penjaringan • Tanjung Priok Thousand Islands South Thousand Islands • North Thousand Islands See also: List of regencies and cities of Indonesia 6°10′30″S 106°49′30″E / 6.175°S 106.825°E / -6.175; 106.825 This Jakarta location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e