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    Forest Park Ir. H. Juanda, Bandung

    Forest Park Ir. H. Juanda is the integrated conservation of natural secondary forest plantations located in Bandung, Indonesia. The extent of 590 hectares stretching from the Dago Pakar to Maribaya. Location of Forest Park Ir. H. Expert Village is Djuanda, Ciburial Village, District Cimenyan, at an altitude of 770 masl to 1330 masl. In the fertile soil there are approximately 2500 species of plants consisting of 40 families and 112 species. In 1965 the forest area of the park about 10 ha of new highways, but now has reached 590 hectares stretching from the experts to Maribaya. Currently managed by the Forest Service Regional Government of West Java Province (previously under the auspices of Perhutani office).

    Largest park ever built by the Dutch East Indies government in the form of protected forests as protected forests of Mount pulosari. Planting the garden may have been conducted since 1912 in conjunction with the construction of a tunnel intercepts the flow of the river Ci Kapundung (later known as the Cave of the Netherlands), but opening a new protected forest made in 1922. Since the independence of the Republic of Indonesia on August 17, 1945 is automatically the status of state forest land managed by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia through Djawatan Forestry.

    Last edited by Lionna; 16-12-2015 at 17:12.

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