Indonesia can be considered an eclectic mix of cultures from across the country that make up the populace known as Indonesians.
Indonesia’s two major religions comprise of Islam and Christianity. Both religions have had a significant impact on Indonesia’s landscape having erected places of worship and monuments that are now considered national heritage sites.
Just outside Jakarta’s city walls lays the Gereja Sion or the Black Portuguese Church. It is the oldest church ever built still used for its intended purpose. It originally served as a place of worship for travellers and members of the Dutch colonial empire who arrived in former Batavia