Sri Baduga Museum, located on Jalan B.K.R. 185 Tegallega and dealing with Monument Bandung Lautan Api, initiated since 1974 by utilizing the land and building formerly used kewedanaan Tegallega. Museum building shaped buildings and houses on stilts long suhunan West Javanese style combined with modern architecture; As for the original building was maintained and functioned as an office space. The first phase of development was completed in 1980, was inaugurated on June 5 by the Ministry of Education and Culture, Dr. David Joseph and given the name of the State Museum of West Java Province. The area of ??the museum which covers 8415.5 m2 divided into two parts; public areas (public area), includes the exhibition hall and auditorium and area open public (non-public area), include office space Museum Head, Sub Division of Administration, the Working Group Guidance and Education, Working Group on Conservation and preparation as well as the Working Group on Collection (including therein Storage House Collection). \\\\r\\\\n\\\\r\\\\nTen years later, the name of the museum is equipped with a name taken from the name of Sri Baduga Sunda kings that reigned in Pakwan Pajajaran around the 16th century AD. This name is contained in the tablets Batutulis (Bogor) completely written Sri Baduga Maharaja QUEEN OF SRI HAJI I Pakwan Pajajaran QUEEN DEWATA. As a general museum that has a collection of types of collections geologika, Biologika, Etnografika, Arkeologika, Historika, numismatic / heraldika, Filologika, Ceramics, Arts and Technology of this, not less as much as 5367 pieces of the collection; Most are clumps Etnografika collection relating to cultural objects area. The collection amount is not limited to the shape realia (original), but comes with a collection of replicas, miniatures, photos, and mockups. The collection of objects other than exhibited in the permanent exhibition, also documented by the computerized system and stored in the warehouse collection. \\\\r\\\\n\\\\r\\\\nTo further enhance public appreciation of museums, various activities have been carried out, whether they are independent or cooperative activities of cross-sectoral activities with various government agencies, private sector, and foreign institutions; including the organization of temporary exhibitions, the traveling exhibition, along with the museum exhibits from various provinces, various competitions to the level of students, lectures, seminars, workshops, and so on. Since the development of the role and function as a place or vehicle in supporting education, increasing knowledge, and recreation; Museum Sri Baduga Porpinsi West Java carrying out the renovation of the permanent exhibition system in stages starting in 1989 until 1992, following the expansion of the new exhibition space on the third floor. \\\\r\\\\n\\\\r\\\\nFurthermore, the presentation of the collection so arranged and intended to enable visitors to gain an overview of the natural and cultural history of West Java, style and variety, as well as the phases of development and changes. The classification is divided into; the first floor is a display of early development of natural history and culture of West Java. In planning this exhibition illustrated natural history behind the history of West Java, among others by featuring relics handmade from prehistoric times to the Hindu-Buddhist era. Furthermore, on the second floor covering material traditional culture exhibits a pattern of people\\\\\\\'s lives, livelihoods, trade, and transportation; Islamic culture and European influences, the history of the national struggle, and the emblems of the districts and cities in West Java. As for the third floor, exhibiting ethnographic collections in the form of various forms and functions of the container, the arts, and foreign ceramics. \\\\r\\\\n\\\\r\\\\nAddress: \\\\r\\\\nJalan BKR No. 185 Bandung, West Java 40243

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