Jakarta Stadium - Jakarta
Jakarta Stadium is geographically located at latitude 6° 13' 7" South of the Equator and longitude 106° 48' 9" East of the Prime Meridian on the Map of Indonesia. Jakarta Stadium or the Bung Karno stadium was built in 1962, when the relationship between the Soviet Union and Indonesia reached its peak. Bung Karno was the first president of Indonesia. On October 9 October 1989, during a trip to Indonesia, Pope John Paul II visited the Jakarta Stadium. The Pontiff celebrated mass before a crowd of 130,000 people. It is by Pintu Gelora 01, near Pintu Gelora 01, near Jakarta, near Manila, near Tinju. The following locations related to it are represented by the path the bullet takes from the muzzle of the gun to the target and may not be nearest by road.
Fair Bank Apartment is about 0.4km, Plaza Senayan (1) Apartment is about 0.6km, Plaza Senayan (2) Apartment is about 0.6km, Hilton Lanais Apartment is about 0.7km, Hilton Residence (1) Apartment is about 0.7km. These are places to stay (hotel, service apartment, inn) located near Jakarta Stadium.
Carefoure is about 0.9km, The Club Store is about 1km, Mal Ratu Plaza is about 1km, Benhil Pasar is about 1.5km, Grand Itc Permata Hijau is about 2.1km. These are places to shop (shopping mall, shop houses) located near Jakarta Stadium.
Museum ABRI Satria Mandala is about 2.3km, Museum Tekstil is about 3.5km, Nasional Museum is about 5.1km, Proklamasi is about 5.2km, Museum Joang 45 is about 5.2km. These are places of interest (attraction) located near Jakarta Stadium.
STIE IPWI University is about 0.8km, Sekolah is about 1.2km, Jakarta International School is about 1.4km, Sekolah is about 1.4km, Atmajaya Univ is about 1.4km. These are places of learning (school, college, university) located near Jakarta Stadium.
Cemetery is about 2.3km. These are parks, playgrounds, open fields or commons located near Jakarta Stadium.