Inside the Indonesian Soldier Museum are dioramas reflecting the long road to Indonesia’s independence.
One of the dioramas depicts the people’s struggle in their fight against the colonialists in the name of preserving Indonesia.
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Visitors can “meet” the country’s national heroes of Gajah Mada, Cut Nyak Dien, and Pattimura.
The Indonesian Soldier Museum is open from Tuesday-Sunday from 9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. during the new normal.
4. Ahmad Yani Museum
A revered national hero in Indonesia, Ahmad Yani was shot dead in his home by seven bullets from a member of the Tjakrabirawa troop during the infamous political coup by the Indonesian Communist Party.
Nowadays, visitors are greeted by a statue of a strong-standing man portraying General Ahmad Yani himself.
This Jakarta attraction is located at Jalan Lembang Nomor 67, Menteng, Central Jakarta, and features a door with five gunshots that pierced through it.
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