Museum Bali Indonesia

Museum Bali is located on the East side of Puputan Badung field with the shape of the building extends from North to South are divided into 2 complexes. The northern part is a complex of old buildings that were built around 1910 which are divided into 3 main buildings namely building of Tabanan, Karangasem and Buleleng buildings all of which serve to holding of exhibitions. The southern part is a new complex built in 1969 consisted of building the library, the building of temporary exhibits and a whole new building for the administration of the exhibition.



Museum Bali is built with traditional architecture with Balinese ornaments with the typical structure of the Palace (puri) worship or place based on these trimandala namely mandala jaba pisan (exterior), vice principal and Central jaba mandala mandala innards (part core). Intoi baian's three main buildings namely building Alliance in the North to the exhibition space art and ethnographic collection, Karangasem at the back of the building for a special exhibition room collection of prehistoric objects of archaeological, historical, ethnographic and fine art as well as some modern paintings while the building of Buleleng is in the South as a place of special exhibition of household equipment tools, craft tool tools agricultural tools, tool and fishermen, entertainment tool tools, sculpture statue style simple and primitive that is made of clay, stone and so on.

Museum Bali IndonesiaMuseum Bali is very crowded by tourists archipelago and abroad because it aims to seek and find out information about the culture of Bali through the museum's collection. The originator of the Bali museum first pemndirian delivered by W.F.J Kroon (1909-1913) as a resident of South Bali asistan in Denpasar and the idea materialized with the establishment of first building a statue in 1910 by the architect I Gusti Ketut Gede Kandel from banjar Abasan and I Gusti Ketut Raio from banjar Belong together Germany architect Curt Grundler.

The support fund from the King of Kings in Bali raja of Buleleng, Tabanan, Badung and Karangasem. Project development was continued by W. F. Stutterheim Archeological and head of Department for the management of the museum established a foundation chaired by H.R. Ha'ak, author of G.J. Grader G.M. Hendrikss, Treasurer, members of r. Goris, I Gusti Ngurah Alit King of Badung, I Gusti Bagus State and w. Spies. Museum Bali was passed on 8 December 1932 and officially opened to the public.
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