Cikini Hospital

Rawajati, Indonesia

Cikini Hospital

Cikini Hospital, also known as PGI Cikini Hospital, Rumah Sakit Cikini, is a hospital in Cikini, Menteng in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was formerly a mansion that was designed by Indonesian painter Raden Saleh, who used it as residence. Use of it as a hospital and nursing academy began in 1898. The building was built in 1852 and is known for its park-like setting in busy Jakarta, and was home to antelope until they were removed in the early 1970s. Saleh once had a collection of wild animals on the property. It has design features similar to the Callenberg Castle.

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