Purbakala Archaeological Museum

The Gilimanuk Archaeological Site Museum is one of the important links in the history of Bali island civilization. This museum is located in a beautiful neighborhood, Gilimanuk village, which was founded in 1994.   The museum holds a collection of archaeological objects, both human fossils, sarcophagi, jewelry from stones, pots, bronze, and coffins or sarcophagi and various provisions of the tomb. There are also ancient human fossils from the Mongoloid race which are estimated to have settled in Gilimanuk from 195 BC to 425 AD. It is not excessive if the Gilimanuk site is called an ancient human mass grave.
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