Bali Museum

The Bali Museum is located on Jalan Mayor Wisnu in Denpasar Bali in the heart of the city. On the north side there is a magnificent Jagatnatha temple, while in front of it Puputan Badung (Badung Courtyard) and four face statue (Statue Catur Muka) are located. Bali Museum development has started the initiative of how the vitality of the cultural heritage of Bali and maintain, maintain and maintain. This initiative is based on their feelings of concern, with a kind of cultural landslide symptoms, so that cultural heritage become completely lost, lost, what can only eliminate images and reading. Construction of the Bali Museum started with the idea of ​​how important it is to preserve, preserve and protect the cultural heritage of Bali. This initiative is based on a sense of concern that is a symptom of such cultural erosion, the cultural heritage has broken, lost and left alone pictures. To save the heritage of Balinese culture, have a plan to establish a museum known today as the Bali Museum.

History of the Bali Museum
The Bali Museum maintains a Balinese cultural heritage, the museum building’s design came to be the Museum of Bali:
Initial planning for the establishment of the Bali Museum is the official Government of the Netherlands, Hari Bali, community leaders, all artists such as: WFJ Kroon (Assistant Resident Netherlands), Curt Grundler (Architect Germany), I Gusti Alit Ngurah ( bestuurders of Badung Settlement), Gusti Ko Bagus Jelantik (the day of Karangasem), Gusti I Ketut Djelantik (Buleleng king), the king of Tabanan, and all artists such as Gusti I Ketut Kandel, Gusti I Ketut Rai. Planning took place in 1910 with the basic concept of the Bali Museum building structure is the unity between the temple structure (Sanktum) and the Palace (palace).
Having agreed with the concept of the building structure of the Bali Museum, and then established a major building that banked completed in 1925. Since the collection of ancient items collected was not enough then for 7 years (1925-1932), the main building serves the purpose of the exhibition stands. All the experts are worthy of reviewing the items taken as a collection of the Bali Museum for example: DR.W.F. Stutterheim, G.I. Graider, G.M. Hendrikss, DR.R. Goris, and artist Walter Spies
Bali Museum is primarily held by an institution called the Museum Museum Bali and opened officially on December 8, 1932 as the Museum of Bali
The subsequent management of the Bali Museum institutions was restored to the Government of Indonesia from January 5

Bali Museum as an Interesting Place in Denpasar Bali
A collection of objects stored in the Museum of Bali can be classified into object collections of prehistoric times such as: Grave petrify (sarcopag), a collection of objects that originated in historical periods such as clay stupika containing of the superstitious formulas Ye Te, bronze statues (Hindu and Buddhist statues)) and a collection of ethnographic objects such as Kris, Cain Endek and religious ceremonial supplies (Masked Mask, Cecepan and Synthetic). During his development, the Museum of Bali is now publicly disclosed and is a tourist destination in the city of Denpasar and is the prefect place to visit in Bali, especially on the Denpasar City Tour

Object Collection Museum Bali
Object collection Museum Bali or unmatchable device stored at the Museum of Bali can be classified into object collections of prehistoric times such as tombstone (sarcophagus), collections of objects of historical eras such as clay Stupika spells ‘Ye te’, Bronze statue, and things – Ethnographic objects such as Kris collecting, Endek material, religious ceremonial equipment and Oscillating Mask.