acres of land from the Dutch East India Company and opened the Karangredjo coffee plantation near eight volcanoes in Central Java. He survived World War II and the early days of Indonesia's independence in the coffee garden, lived and worked in peace phone database and contentment, and finally faced the reshuffling of Indonesia's political and business relations after the war. From 1964 to 1988, the coffee plantation was taken over by an Indonesian military person and was once renamed Bedono according to the location. After his death,
it was difficult for his wife to maintain the operation of the coffee garden, and it was difficult to find a successor. People who are interested in coffee gardens often give up buying because they don't understand his complex family relationships and are afraid of unclear property rights. It was not until the 1990s that the Italian Gabriella Teggia took over. Chun said that this lady came to Indonesia during the hippie wave in the 1960s. She was talented and achieved financial freedom in advance by selling her hotel in Bali to Amman Group, and then moved to Java, according to Yamashita Village.
The old man guides you to find this place. A young Javanese man in the garden saw that I was acting suspiciously and offered to take me around. I just found out that the "haunted house" I lived in was the former residence of the owner of the villa. The core building of the villa is an old house built in 1928, which is ventilated on all sides. During the Dutch period, the gate of the villa faced east. After Gabriella bought the property, she closed the gate for some reason, opened another gate in the south, and moved a railway station waiting room built in 1873 from