The second Rumoh Atjeh which has now become a museum, that is made by the Netherlands (they burned the original one), is Rumoh Cut Nyak Dhien. The sturdy house was ravaged by the earthquake and tsunami, and became a place to escape.
Throughout the search on Google pages as well as the house, no one mentioned the name of Cut Nyak Dhien’s mother. However, when chatting with Mr. Mukim near Indra Purwa Mosque, the name of Nyak Lampageu (mother of Cut Nyak Dhien) who lived not far from there is called. Maybe I will find it later in the pile of writing and reading homework material about her.
I think, after that information, there will be more of it when I am at the Cut Nyak Dhien’s house. For example, seeing the genealogy and various other things about her, the story of her guerrilla’s track record from forest to forest, and so on. But apparently it’s not much; it is just a little information about the CND! But, it’s not that bad …, there is an old authentic well from earlier times, a photo of her grave in Sumedang, and there is a photo of her sitting when she was arrested.