Monumen Jogja Kembali, is a museum of history of the Republic of Indonesia's independence struggle in the city of Yogyakarta and managed by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The museum is located at the north of this city visited by many students in the event excursions.
Shutter at the entrance to the museum
Memorial Museum with a cone shape consists of three floors and equipped with the library and multipurpose room. At the entrance shutter was written some 422 names of fallen heroes in the area Wehrkreise III (RIS) between the date of December 19, 1948 until June 29, 1949. In the fourth room on the floor of a museum there are collections of objects: realia, replicas, photographs, documents, heraldika, various types of weapons, a common kitchen in the evocative atmosphere of the war for independence from 1945 to 1949. Stretcher and buggy (horse carriage) which once used by the Great Commander General Sudirman also stored here (in the museum room number 2).
The monument was built in Yogya Back dated June 29, 1985 with the planting of traditional ceremonies and groundbreaking buffalo head first by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono IX and Sri Paku Alam VIII liege. The idea to build this monument were raised by Colonel Soegiarto, as the Mayor of Yogyakarta in 1983. The name was chosen with the intention of Yogya Back as tetenger (warning) from the historical event of the withdrawal of occupation forces Netherlands Republic capital of Yogyakarta at the time, dated June 29, 1949. This is an early sign of the Indonesian nation independent from the Dutch government power.
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