The Kota Post Office is a historic building in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.
The white Dutch-style building is located on the north side of Taman Fatahillah Square in Kota Tua, a 1.3-square kilometer neighborhood comprising the original downtown area of Jakarta that is also known as Old Batavia.
It sits right opposite the Jakarta History Museum and has recently been refurbished as part of Koto Tua's effort to obtain world recognition as a heritage site in Indonesia.
The two-story horizontal building, with its many vertical windows, was designed by Dutch architect Ir. R. Baumgartner and built in 1928 to provide postal services.
Today, postal services are still being provided on the first floor of the building, while the second floor has been converted into a contemporary art gallery.
Source: Focus Taiwan