这个博物馆的藏品是从苏门答腊岛到巴布亚岛的印尼全群岛集合的海事文物。在这个博物馆有传统和现代的船只及其所有必要的装备和设备,不同种类的水下生活设备,大品种的鱼类,印度尼西亚的海上英雄,与印尼海军历史有关的藏品及巴达维亚-阿姆斯特丹之间的KPM航运。

Important Information

Category
Museums & Landmarks
Essentials
Area
North Jakarta
Contact
(62-21) 6693406
Address
Jl. Pasar Ikan No.1, Penjaringan, North Jakarta
Website

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