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MUSEUM BALI

Museum Bali is one of the Technical Implementation Unit of Bali Provincial Cultural Office which has the tasks of collecting, researching, treating and memamerkanbenda cultural goods for educational purposes, research and recreation / tourism.

Located in downtown Denpasar, precisely on Jalan major Vishnu, in the east field Puputan Badung and south Jagatnatha Temple, stretching north-south along the 140 meters with the entrance facing west or to the Major Vishnu in the cap for a vehicle unless the museum visitors ,

Based on the collection of its Museum of Bali including one general museum province, owning and exhibiting cultural objects from prehistory to the present that reflects all elements of Balinese culture among other archaeological collection, collection historika, a collection of fine art, collectibles ethnogafika, collection Biologika, numismatic collection, a collection filologika, keramalogika collection and collection tehnologika.

Since its establishment until now always visit Bali Museum tourists from home and abroad, the student, students, artists and ordinary people who want to conduct research, looking for inspiration and recreation. However, all visitors should obey the order to visit, among others, visitors are enjoined to pay entrance and write the name on the book visit for statistical purposes, are not allowed to hold, occupy and move the collection, eating and drinking, smoking and carry bulky items inside exhibit space.

History

With the fall of Klungkung kingdom into the hands of the Netherlands on 28 April 1908 indicating the overall Bali under the authority of the Dutch colonial government. This situation would lead to changes in governance, among others Bali is initially somewhat closed to outside nations become increasingly open especially for the Europeans, especially the Dutch.

This openness increasingly provide opportunities for other foreign nations to come to Bali. Foreign nation consisting of various segments of society such as traders, government officials, tourists and so of course have different interests in accordance with the profession. Then when he returned to his country always brings -benda cultural objects as souvenirs, or made personal collection. Such a situation is that if left unchecked would result in the impoverishment of the cultural heritage of Bali's leading scientists, humanists and Dutch artists try to prevent it and at the same time preserving the culture of Bali.

In 1910, W.F.J.Kroon, a Resident Assistant for South Bali, after having input / donation considerable thought of Th.A. Resink about cultural preservation, sparked an idea to establish a museum of ethnography in order to protect cultural objects from extinction.

The idea received from the scientists, artists, and support of all the kings of the whole Bali. Furthermore Kroon ordered Kurt Grundler an architect German who at that time was in Bali as a tourist researchers, to plan together with the undagi (an expert in traditional Balinese buildings), among others, I Gusti Ketut Rai and I Gusti Ketut Gede Kandel of Denpasar.

It must be realized that in order to make the traditional buildings of the undagi unlikely to ignore the ejection Asta Kosala-klainnya, as well as some religious aspects that made the main grip. While Kurt Grundler as a modern building planners may emphasize the strength and function as a museum.

After going through a fairly mature preparation can finally decided to build a museum in the form of a combination of architectural forms Pura (place of prayer) and Castle (the royal palace). Established on an area of ​​2,600 m2 covering three pages, namely the outer courtyard (jaba), a central courtyard (jaba middle) and pages in (Viscera), each page to be limited by a wall and gate (temples briefly and temples brackets) as an entrance , a Hall Kulkul (tower gong) in the south jaba middle.

In the northwest corner stands a Bengong Hall that at the time of the royal family peristirahatn used as a king when you want to observe the situation outside the palace. And in front of the building there is sebuath beji Tabanan (baths for the royal family). Roofs of palm fiber and in Bali is only in use for building the temple.

On the page there are three buildings each called Building Tabanan, Karangasem Building and Buleleng building is in use to show off the collection. The names of the building is taken from the names of the regions that the building and is considered to represent the architectural style of South Bali, East Bali, and North Bali. After construction is completed, the museum officially opened on 8 December 1932 by the name of Bali Museum, and is managed by Yayasan Bali Museum.

After Indonesia gained its independence on August 17, 1945, Bali Museum was taken over by the Provincial Government of Bali. Because the state of the situation is still in the initial round and face the war with NICA and Japan, then on January 5, 1965 submitted to the Central Government under the Ministry of Education and Culture, and became a public museum province with the name of the State Museum of Bali province.

Since 1969 the central government give more serious attention to the domestic provincial museums including the Museum of Bali. During the five-year development project (Pelita), Museum Bali obtain expansion and building towards the south, which serves to space the library, auditorium, conservation laboratories, warehouses collection, temporary exhibitions, and offices so that the total area of ​​the whole museum to become 6.000m2 with 9 pieces of buildings.

Since regional autonomy was implemented in 2000, the State Museum of Bali province handed back to the provincial government of Bali as one of the Technical Implementation Unit of the Department of Culture of the Province of Bali with BALI MUSEUM UPTD name. And since 2008 UPTD Bali Museum changed its name to UPT.Museum Bali.

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