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Museum Semarajaya, Denpasar

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Contact: +62 361 23 5600(Tourist Information)
Open Hours: 9a-4p Tu-Su.
Located on the eastern side of the Puputan Square and Monument, the Dutch initially built the museum in 1910. After being destroyed by an eruption of Gunung Batur, it was rebuilt in 1925 but did not become established in its present form until 1932. Famous artist Walter Spies helped in bringing together the collection of archaeological objects and traditional artifacts. On display are a collection of weapons, dance and ceremonial costumes, ceramics, paintings and furniture housed in the collection of buildings which make up the complex.