GPIB Maranatha (Maranatha Church)
GPIB Maranatha Church was built in 1927 by the Dutch government. It lies on a 1,600 square meter area. The church was once called “Kerkeraad Der Protestansche to Pangkalpinang” then renamed to “GPIB Maranatha” after the Indonesian independence. The church’s building is quite unique, with a big clock tower attached to the roof of the church.
|Location||:||Jl. Sudirman No. 1, Pangkalpinang|
|How to get there||:||take a red angkot at Ramayana market and get off at the church.|