Joang’45 Museum saves the authentic historical collections which one witnessed the first movement of the youth in encouraging Soekarno and Hatta proclaim the independence of Indonesia. Strong heart and willingness of the youth as indicated from the museum’s collections was merely to reach one aim, living in dignity and being an independent nation.

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Museums & Landmarks
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Area
Central Jakarta
Contact
(62-21) 3909148
Address
Jl. Menteng Raya No. 31, Central Jakarta
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Related Events

  • Jan 1 2014 to Dec 31 2014
    Bioskop Joang’45 and Teater Anak Joang’45

     

    The Joang’45 Museum (literally means the museum for the 1945 struggle) is facilitated with a mini cinema that run documentary films and films on the history of the Indonesian struggle to independence. It also offers theatre performances with special themes like the struggle for independence and heroism played by the children.

    Organized by :

    UP Museum Joang’45

     

    T. +62 21 390 9148

    297 day(s) ago

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