Turnitin - Exploring The Position of Old Semarang Sea Port: Based on Javanese City Pattern.

Siti Rukayah, Siti Rukayah and Endang Sri Susilo, ESS and Muhammad Abdullah, Abdullah and Siddhi, Saputro Turnitin - Exploring The Position of Old Semarang Sea Port: Based on Javanese City Pattern. FIB UNDIP.

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Abstract

According to the world traveller that have visited the old cities on the Java Island in the 15th century, the cities have a seaport. The sea port became a place for transit and stay until grown as a coastal city, Unfortunately, some of these cities have disappeared due to the process of secretions. Semarang in the 14th century also had a sea port as a landing area in Kampung Melayu. Recently the village no longer located in the coastal but in the middle of the city. How to prove that the area was a coastal area? By tracing some architectural remains, toponimy and comparing with the Javanese urban design pattern revealed the old phenomena in the past. Architectural sketches will make a clearly information about the old coastal line of Semarang. It is estimated that the seaport directly connected to the alun-alun / traditional square as central government. The city founders in Java puts the center of government using the same city spatial structure as waterfront city. The architecture remaining as a landmark of coastal city should be conserved. Keywords: old, Semarang, seaport, alun-alun, local wisdom

Item Type:Other
Subjects:D History General and Old World > D History (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Indonesian
ID Code:72159
Deposited By:Sastra Indonesia
Deposited On:30 Apr 2019 10:31
Last Modified:30 Apr 2019 10:31

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