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Museum Semarajaya is located in Klungkung, Bali and exhibits a variety of artefacts such as the gold-woven songket cloth and photographs of the Kingdom of Klungkung. The museum also houses a grand collection of paintings and statues by Emilio Ambron and has on display the traditional salt-making process of Bali, which makes this museum a fascinating place to visit.
The Museum Semarajaya is a sombre reminder of the mass ritual suicide during 1908, known as the puputan, which was done to protest the Dutch colonial oppression. Inaugurated in 1998, the museum is a reminder of those tragic events. Portraits of the ruling Klunklung royal family are also housed in the museum.