Tri Daya Eka Dharma Museum

Tridaya Eka Dharma Museum is one of the museums in West Sumatra located in the city of Bukittinggi, precisely on the street Panorama No. 24, Kayo Kubu village, Guguk Panjang sub-district, Bukittinggi. The museum was inaugurated by Mohammad Hatta on August 16, 1973. The museum which has a collection of hundreds of war weapons during the war is open to the general public. This museum was once the rest house of the Governor of Sumatra. The establishment of the museum was initiated by Brig. Gen. Widodo, one of the TNI leaders in the Central Sumatra region. The idea was then continued by Brigadier General Soemantoro and resmika became a museum on 16 August 1973. This museum is named the Tridaya Eka Dharma Struggle Museum which means three elements of the power of one devotion. This name can be associated with the Minang philosophy “Tigo Tungku Sajarangan”. The museum was established as a means of communication between generations and as the heir of fighting spirit and heroic values. The choice of the city of Bukittinggi as the location of the establishment of the museum is because the city of Bukittinggi was once the provincial capital of Sumatra and the capital of the Republic of Indonesia during the Emergency Government of the Republic of Indonesia (PDRI).
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