Historical Museums in Bandung Part 2

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Born and raised in the city of Paris Van Java, I have known many historical museums in Bandung since I was a child. Some of the museums I have even known since I was in Kindergarten because I live near the center of government. This time I took a walk through various museums with community friends. Wrapped in an interesting game, this activity successfully added to our joy on Sunday.

Geology Museum

If Menong's friends are interested in obtaining information about rocks or geological materials in general, the Geology Museum located on Jalan Diponegoro No 57 – not far from Gedung Sate and Gasibu Field–, could become the right place to visit.
This museum is one of the historical museums in Bandung and was inaugurated on May 16, 1929. It is divided into the Indonesian Geology Room which is on the right wing demonstrate the origin of the earth, the structure and movement of the earth's crust, rocks and minerals, weathering and erosion. A collection of native Indonesian stones of various shapes and colors will amaze Menong's friends with their beauty.

The other room is the Life History Room is on the east wing. The life history is divided into 4 display angles (pre Cambrian and Paleozoic, Mesozoic, Cenozoic which consists of epochs Tertiary and Quaternary), 1 corner of the fossil world, information on the history of its formation Bandung, artifacts and fauna relics that live in Bandung.
The theory of the emergence
The theory of the emergence of the first human --supposedly- derived from apes 
Exploring the Geology museum, Menong's friends seem   to have returned to the past. Every corner of the museum packaged as a cool dish full of information. There is a collection of rocks, minerals, and fossils equipped with audio information.
Accu water
Accu water affected by volcanic eruptions 
This museum operates every Monday - Thursday at 08.00 - 16.00 WIB, Saturday – Sunday at 08.00 – 14.00 WIB. Fridays and national holidays Lid. If you visit on a Sunday, of course it's the right time because Menong friends can go on historical tours as well as shop at the bazaars in the Cilaki area and the West Java People's Struggle Monument.

Museum Pos Indonesia

Like the Geological Museum, the Indonesian Postal Museum already exists since the Dutch colonial era. Founded in 1931, the museum is located at Jalan Cilaki No. 73 this sometimes escapes sight. Located in the wing east of the central government building of West Java province or known as Satay tower. The Post Office Museum can be a recommendation for historical tourism that is worth considering to visit besides the Indonesian Lawsuit Museum and the KAA Museum .

This museum presents a collection of Indonesian stamps and various countries (there are 131,000,000 postage stamps), equipment such as parcel weighing, postage stamps, securities, letter carriers and others. For fans philately of course this museum is full of attractions.
Replica of old mail delivery 
Open every Monday – Saturday from 09.00 – 16.00 WIB. Sunday closed.

Apart from fashion and culinary tours...there are also recommendations for historical museums in Bandung that are fun😍


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