The Museum houses a large collection of ceramics and sculptures from all the Indonesian islands. Including those of international historic value. In 1972 it was established as a protected heritage building and museum.

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Museums & Landmarks
West Jakarta
(62-21) 6907062
Jl. Pos Kota No. 2 West Jakarta

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  • Feb 27 2015 to Mar 8 2015
    A Taste of Tionghoa

    Dalam semarak Perayaan IMLEK 2566, Kami mengundang Bapak/Ibu/Sdr menghadiri pembukaan pameran "A Taste of  Tionghoa" pada :

    Hari/tanggal : Jum'at/27 Februari 2015,

    Pukul : 14.30 s.d. selesai,

    Tempat : Museum Seni Rupa dan Keramik Jl. Pos Kota No. 2 Jakarta Barat.

    Contact Person :

    Lilis : 0817708610

    Dimas : 088808622979

    185 day(s) ago

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