The Museum of Struggle is a museum in Yogyakarta which was established to commemorate the history of the struggle of the Indonesian Nation and to commemorate half a century of the National Awakening. The architecture of this building appears to be a form of combination of ancient Roman buildings and the style of building temples in Indonesia.
When climbing the museum, a total of seventeen steps, the main door with eight doors, and forty-five windows surrounding the wall are symbols that momentarily lead back when the Proclamation is proclaimed.
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