Atlas of Indonesia

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Bahasa Indonesia Indonesia - Republik Indonesia

Republik Indonesia adalah negara kepulauan terbesar di dunia yang terletak di Asia Tenggara, melintang di khatulistiwa antara benua Asia dan Australia serta antara Samudra Pasifik dan Samudra Hindia. Karena letaknya yang berada di antara dua benua dan dua samudra, ia disebut juga Nusantara (Kepulauan Antara). Indonesia berbatasan dengan Malaysia di pulau Kalimantan, dengan Papua Nugini di pulau Papua, dan dengan Timor Timur di pulau Timor. Sejak bekas provinsi Indonesia ini (Timor Timur) memutuskan untuk merdeka sebagai hasil referendum tahun 1999, ia berganti nama yaitu Timor Leste.

Basa Jawa Indonesia - Republik Indonesia

Republik Indonesia iku sawijing negara ing Asia Kidul-Wétan. Kawentar kadidéné negara kang dumadi saka maewu-ewu pulo, mula asring diarani Nuswantara.

English Indonesia - Republic of Indonesia

The Republic of Indonesia is a nation of 17,508 islands in the South East Asian archipelago, making it the world's largest archipelagic state. With a population of over 200 million, it is the world's fourth most populous country and the most populous Muslim-majority nation. Indonesia is the world's third largest democracy after India and the U.S. Its capital is Jakarta and it shares land borders with ► Papua New Guinea, ► East Timor, and ► Malaysia. North of Indonesia lie ► Singapore, ► Vietnam, ► the People's Republic of China, the ► Spratly Islands, ► Taiwan, and the ► Philippines (including the ► Bangsamoro region) and south of Indonesia lie the ► Ashmore and Cartier Islands, ► Christmas Island and the ► Cocos (Keeling) Islands, as well as ► Australia In the north west it includes the autonomius region of ► Aceh.


Short name  Indonesia
Official  name Republic of Indonesia
Status Independent country since 1945
Location South East Asia
Capital Jakarta
Population 222,781,000 inhabitants
Area 1,904,569 km²
Major  languages Indonesian (official), Javanese and ethnic languages
Major  religions Islam (majority), Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism
More information Indonesia, Geography of Indonesia, History of Indonesia and Politics of Indonesia
More  images Indonesia - Indonesia (Category).

General maps

Indonesia map.png Map of Indonesia
Indonesia2.jpg Map of Indonesia in Indonesian
Indonesia 2002 CIA map.jpg Map of Indonesia
Map of Indonesia Demis.png Map of Indonesia
Indonesia provinces indonesian.png Provinces of Indonesia
Indonesia provinces english.png Provinces of Indonesia
Malayarch.jpg Malay Archipelago
Aceh-Karte.png Map of Aceh in Indonesia
IndonesiaMalukuIslands.png Maluku Islands
Westpapua.png Map of West Papua
Westpapua1.png Map of West Papua

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Indonesia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Indonesia.

Tarumanagara.svg Tarumanagara kingdom, 4th-7th century
Sunda Kingdom.svg Sunda Kingdom, 7th-16th century
Srivijaya Empire.svg Srivijaya Empire, 8th century
Majapahit Empire.svg Majapahit Empire, 14th century
Trowulan Archaeological Site.svg Trowulan, Majapahit capital, 14th century
Java Great Post Road.svg Java Great Post Road, 19th century
Japanese Empire2.png Map of the Japanese Empire (1870-1942)

Old maps

This section holds copies of original general maps older than 70 years of this entry.

Dampier, Map of the East Indies.jpg A map of the East Indies, from William Dampier's New Voyage Round the World, published 1697
NetherlandsNewGuinea-1916.jpg Netherlands New Guinea 1916

Other maps

Map indonesia volcanoes.gif Major volcanoes
Pelni Schifffahrtsnetz 2006.png Pelni Ship Route Network
World Heritage Indonesia.png World Heritage

Gallery

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