Today is Friday and This Picture of Tugu Bamboo Runcing in Pontianak.
Hello everyone, how are you? Today is Friday and ....
The meeting schedule is my last activity in the office on a Friday afternoon, and I take a picture of myself with colleagues, we wear batik clothes, then go home lightly.
Yes, tomorrow is a day off!!
Do you know where I am in this picture? Can you guess? :))
Yes, tomorrow is a day off!! and tonight it rains, the weather is quite cold.
The special thing for me is being able to rest at home so that I have time for my hobby to draw something... or try out a new theme on my website, or sleep all day? Yeah, I'm not an owl. Lol!!!
Well, I want to tell you about the Sharp Bamboo Monument or Tugu Bambu Runcing in Pontianak, Indonesia.
Yes, I want to tell you about the picture of the Sharp Bamboo Monument above in the title, the picture was taken at night and the picture below was taken during the day, the route I often take when I come home or go to work.
The Eleven Digulis Monument in West Kalimantan, also known as Tugu Bambu Runcing Digulis or Tugu Bambu Runcing Bundaran Tanjung-Pura University by local residents, is a monument located at the Tanjungpura University Roundabout, Ahmad Yani street, in Pontianak City.
The monument, which was inaugurated by the Governor of West Kalimantan H. Soedjiman on November 10, 1987, was originally in the form of eleven pillars resembling a plain yellow pointed bamboo. In 1995, the monument was repainted in red and white. The use of red and white colors makes some residents think this monument is more like a lipstick than pointed bamboo. Then, in 2006 renovations were carried out on this monument so that it was shaped more like pointed bamboo as it looks today.
*Well, I don't know how you are, I hope you are all healthy and have a healthy and safe place to live and I hope there will be enough likes to cheer me on and all of us from you all.
Hope you have a great weekend!!
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