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Lambung Mangkurat Museum

 

What is museum? Museum is a place which something about history. In mean real, Museum is instution which help people understand and appreciate the world. In normally, the museum is famous for its historical object. And museum is usually  used as a place of learning for the students. Museum as well as an important place in a country, where the museum could be a characteristic of historical narrative in a country. Museum collect objects of scientific, aesthetic or historical importance. They care for them, study and exhibit them for purpose of public educationand advancement of knowledge. Museums also function as educational instutions which ther many benefits to their visitors.

 

In South Borneo has one museum in Banjarbaru, the name of museum is Lambung Mangkurat Museum. In there have many object about Banjar historical. Lambung Mangkurat Museum is official to use at 1979. This museum building custom homes arcitecsture Banjar or houses on stilts, the house is an elevated ridge that is polished with modern style. Lambung Mangkurat Museum is consisting of 2 floors. On the first floor consists of exhibit space (display). On the second floor, visiyors can see the photos and maps of the distribution of ethnic tribes scattered troughtout Southern Borneo.

 

Collections object in there like as custom homes, kitchen utensils, tools of war, the place of marriage, heroes, past money, rock arkheologists, custom clothing Banjar, and others. In Lambung Mangkurat Museum has a notable collections of artifacts related to the Banjar and Dayak peoples, with many items being excavated from archaeological sites all around Kalimantan. It’s also home to an array of ancient Hindu objects.

 

This museum can provide insight to visitors about the development of Banjar in ancient times, which is still using stone tools to the development  of powerful empires in the history of South Borneo.

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