Ubud Bedulu-Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Written by on October 1, 2010 in Bali Museums with 0 Comments

Ubud Bedulu-Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

This Museum of Statue is a field archeological museum. It has been built since 1960 under the supervision of Bali’s Archeological Regional Office and was opened for public in 1974. In this building there is a collection of archeological remains dated back at pre-History of Bali.

Location
This Museum is located between Pejeng and Bedulu village, by the side of the road to Tampak Siring. The distance from Penataran Sasih temple to the Museum is about 400 m.

Visit There are a lot of domestic and foreign tourists visiting this museum. They visit this place in order to look at the archeological remains or for doing a research.

Description
Among the collection of pre-Historical remains, there are also some stuff made of stones, bones and so forth, the most attractive sight is some sarcophaguses originating from several places in Bali. In general the sarcophagus as are in the form of turtle, having bulges at its sides and decorated with a mask showing a big overlooking eyes, open mouth or joking with its tongue coming out. Other collection, among other things is some bronze statues, etc.

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

Ubud, Bedulu, Pejeng Gedong Archeology Museum

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