dark clouds over Istiqlal
The largest in Southeast Asia and the fourth largest in the world, the Indonesian national mosque Istiqlal was built between 1961 and 1978. The name, in Arabic, means Independence. Its architect, Frederich Silaban, is a Christian Protestant. His design of the mosque was chosen by Soekarno, the Indonesian president back then.
This picture was taken using the built-in digital teleconverter of X100f.
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