Gong Perdamaian or World Peace Gong in Ambon is the 35th in the world that located in Taman Pelita, near downtown Ambon. This magnificent and large gong was built in the city of Ambon to improve the image of Ambon that was once synonymous with unrest and violence city.
This Park was inaugurated by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on November 25, 2009 and it was always visited by travelers or people in Ambon on weekends. To get into this gong, we can simply spend around Rp 5,000.
This World Peace Gong has a diameter of two meters wide with golden color. Besides it filled with flags from some countries, which is about 200 flags, there are also symbols of each religion in circles. In the center, there is a miniature of the earth and letter of 'Gong Perdamaian Dunia' at the bottom, and 'World Peace Gong' at the top of the circles.
By being propped up by two giant pillars, above the gong is also settling the symbol of Pancasila as an ideology of the Indonesian nation. Those who are coming to this park can learn about the world peace country or just taking some pictures at this World Peace Gong.
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