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PCU 2020
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DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT
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PCU 2020 - pediatric cardiology update - pcu semarang - simposium jantung anak 2020 - seminar jantung anak semarang

About Semarang

The Facts

Semarang is the capital and largest city of Central Java province in Indonesia. A major port during the Dutch colonial era, and still an important regional centre and port today.

It has an area of 373.78 square kilometres (144.32 sq mi) and is located at 6°58′S 110°25′E. The population of the city is approximately 1.8 million people, making it Indonesia’s seventh most populous city after Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Bekasi, Medan, and Tangerang. The built-up (metro) area had 3,183,516 inhabitants at the 2010 census spread on 2 cities and 26 districts. Greater Semarang (a.k.a. Kedungsapur) has a population of close to 6 million (see Greater Semarang section). Population of the city is predominantly Javanese with significant Chinese population.

LANDMARK AND PLACES OF INTEREST

China Town: China town in Semarang has a night market known as 'Pasar Semawis', which is known for its cuisine and Chinese new year celebration.

Lawang Sewu was built as the headquarters of the Dutch East Indies Railway Company. The colonial era building is reputedly a haunted house.

Blenduk Church (Nederlandsch Indische Kerk) was built in 1753, the church is one of the oldest building in Kota Lama. Blenduk Church, the oldest church in Central Java.

Sam Poo Kong, the oldest Chinese temple in the city The Sam Poo Kong temple is the oldest Chinese temple in the city.

Tugu Muda (English "Young Monument") is a monument built to commemorate the services of the heroes who have fallen in the Battle of Five Days in Semarang. The height of Tugu Muda is 53 meters. Tugu Muda is located in front of Lawang Sewu at Pemuda street. It depicts the Tugu Muda fighting spirit and patriotism of Semarang residents, especially the youth who are persistent, self-sacrificing in high spirits maintaining the independence of Indonesia.

Central Java Grand Mosque: This mosque has a Muslim museum, located at Jl. Gajah Raya. The architecture of the mosque is inspired by the mosques in Mecca and Medina.

Simpanglima Square: A public arena at the town center. It has tourist pedicabs, cars, bicycles, chairs, pedestrian track, public toilet, roller skates, traditional games, grass field and others.

FAMOUSE CUISINE

Lumpia Semarang: fried or steamed spring rolls. The filling varies, but consists mainly of meat and bamboo shoots. It is served with sweet fermented soybean sauce (tauco) or sweet garlic sauce. Another accompaniment is acar (Indonesian-style sweet and sour cucumber pickle) and chili.

Wingko Babat: a cake made largely of glutinous rice and desiccated coconut, toasted and sold warm. Although it originated from Babat, East Java, it is popular in Semarang. Care should be taken to differentiate between Babat and babat. Babat is a city in East Java, part of the North Coast Road and where wingko Babat came from, while babat is tripe, an ingredient often used for Indonesian cuisine in general.

Soto Bangkong: a chicken soup in a small personal serving; mixed with rice, perkedel, and satay of cockles, chicken intestines, and quail eggs. Named after Bangkong crossroad in Semarang.

Bandeng Juwana: processed tender boned milkfish originated from the fishing town of Juwana, east of Semarang. Although originated, produced and processed in Juwana, it is largely sold in Semarang.

Nasi ayam: a dish composed of rice, chicken, egg, tofu, and served with a sweet-salty coconut milk gravy.