The Jakarta History Museum (Museum Sejarah Jakarta or Museum Fatahillah or Batavia Museum) was inaugurated in 1974.
The museum presents the history of the development of the city of Jakarta from prehistory to the present day. Its collections include, for example, objects related to the history of the Dutch East-India Company (VOC), Japanese ceramics from the 17th century, Batavia furniture, 17th-19th century, which is a combination of European, Chinese, Indian and Indonesian styles.
The collection includes nearly 25,000 artifacts.
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The Jewish Museum Berlin was opened in 2001.
It is the largest Jewish museum in Europe.
The museum presents the history of Jews in Germany from the Middle Ages to the present day from a Jewish point of view.
The permanent exhibition "Jewish life in Germany: the past and the present", opened in 2020, covering an area of over 3,500 square meters, has more than 1,000 objects, of which over 70% comes from the museum's own collection.
The museum's collection is divided into four areas: ceremonial and applied arts, fine arts, photography and everyday culture.
© Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Foto: Jens Ziehe
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Jondishapuor Museum of Trade History was established in 2018 in Shiraz, Iran with the permission of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism and Handicrafts. The most important of establishing the museum was Owner extreme passion to Iran and preservation of ancient history of this great country through presenting museum items. Since one of the most important tasks of museum in general is to display and preserve work of collections and offering related specialized trainings, the owner and founder of Jondishapour Museum decided to employ experts in the field of exhibition as well as restoration of historical monuments so that he could provide a secure reservoir with high-tech equipment and establish the first private restoration workshop with modern materials and equipment in Shiraz This Museum was honored as the best museum in Iran under the category of conservation & preservation indexes by the ICOM- Iran. Jondishapour Museum of the Trade History houses a treasure trove of valuable historical artifacts, inchuding metals. Potteries, ghassware, manuscripts, stamps, coins, antiques, ets.