Indonesia Post Museum

The Indonesian Postal Museum has existed since the time of the Dutch East Indies with the name Pos Telegraph and Telephone (PTT). In 1931 the PTT Museum was opened, located in the lower right wing of the PTT Headquarters Building, Jalan Cilaki, number 55, Bandung, (now number 73). Or rather in the east wing of the central government building of West Java Province which is more famous for Gedung Sate. On September 27, 1983, the Minister of Tourism, Post and Telecommunications inaugurated PTT to become the Pos Indonesia Museum. The museum collection consists of stamps from Indonesia and various very historic countries, with a total of 131,000,000 stamps and 200 collections of equipment, namely in the form of package scales, stamp printing equipment, securities, delivery letters, and others so. Besides storing the post’s relics in showrooms, this museum also has a social center room that can be used for various activities
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