The Sri Baduga Museum of West Java

The Sri Baduga Museum of West Java

The Sri Baduga Museum of West Java Province has 5,367 pieces of historical heritage collections including geology collections, archeological collections, biology collections, ethnographic collections, ceramics collections, numismatics collections, philological collections, and collections of fine arts and technology.
The Sri Baduga Museum stands on an  area approximately 8,500 m2. This museum is a cultural and historical heritage of the city of Bandung.
Some of the historical relics found in the Sri Baduga Museum include the Sanghyang Raga Dewata Manuscript, gold scales, crystal spice containers, stone glass vanity tables, Shiva statues, Civer cleaver, binocular crowns, and others.
The following is the documentation of the Sri Baduga Museum in West Java Province:

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