Museum of the Association of Indonesian Micronations

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Museum of the Association of Indonesian Micronations
Museum Asosiasi Negara Mikro se-Indonesia
Established 1 May 2020
Type Online micronational museum
Chief Curator Mustafa Hakim
Parent institution Secretariat General Archives Office
Website AIM Museum

Museum of the Association of Indonesian Micronations (Indonesian: Museum Asosiasi Negara Mikro se-Indonesia) is a micronational online museum owned by the Association of Indonesian Micronations (AIM). The museum was planned in the end of April 2020, and was inaugurated in 1 May 2020.

The online museum is operating under the Archive Department of the Secretariat General. The current chief curator is Mustafa Hakim, and is supported by delegated member states curators.


Movement to establish a museum is partly motivated by necessity to create a common database for member states. Besides, a museum could serve as a place of learning and exchanges of culture, where a member state could study and comparing its constitution with others. An online museum was seen as the most convenient option, since no area plot is necessary and is accessible to all member states that are already scattered by miles.

The museum was proposed by Secretary General Mustafa Hakim in mid-April 2020, and was passed General Assembly vote in 22 April 2020. The online museum was inaugurated in 1 May 2020 by the Chairman, Falalia.


The museum contains numerous collections related to member states of AIM. Collections stored in the museum includes artifacts of current and former member states, and also artifacts on important events of the organisation and on the Indonesian micronational community.

Essential collections on AIM includes all versions of AIM Charter, AIM statement on the death of Tian Abdurrahman, and all symbols templates of the organisation. These archives are labeled on the tag "AIM"

Collections of former member states includes archives of Al Rasyid Darussalam, Arkapore, Indokistan, and Los Bay Petros origins. Stored archives on the museum are copy of Indokistani Declaration of Establishment, Al Rasyid Darussalam letter offering unification to Indokistan, and Los Bay Petrosian 2012 budget report. Those archives are labeled under the tag "Former [member states]".

Current collections of member states originates from 5 member states, with efforts of expansion collection expansion will take place until all archive collections of member states are available on the online museum. Until May 2020, existing collections originates from Al-Muqaddimah, Halenesia, Jomblonisme, Neuborrnia-Merientalia, and Suwarnakarta.