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Jakarta Barat
West Jakarta
Jakarta
(Indonesian: Jakarta
Jakarta
Barat) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special
Special
Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia
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List Of Regencies And Cities Of Indonesia
This is the list of regencies and cities of Indonesia. Both regencies and cities are second-level administrative subdivision in Indonesia, immediately below the provinces, and above the districts. They are roughly equivalent to American counties.[1] In Indonesia, both regency and city are at the same administration level, each having their own local government and legislative body. The difference between a regency and a city lies in demography, size and economy. Generally, a regency comprises a rural, larger area than a city. A city usually has non-agricultural economic activities. A regency (Indonesian: kabupaten) is headed by a regent, known locally as bupati, while a city (Indonesian: kota) is headed by a mayor (walikota). All regents, mayors and members of legislatures are directly elected via elections to serve for a five year term which can be renewed once
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Cilandak
Cilandak (sundanese: ᮎᮤᮜᮔ᮪ᮓᮊ᮪) is a subdistrict of South Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
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Taman Sari (Jakarta)
Taman may refer to: Taman Peninsula, a peninsula in southern Russia Taman Bay, an inlet of the Strait of Kerch off the peninsula Taman, Russia, a rural locality (a stanitsa) in Krasnodar Krai; located on the peninsula Taman Division, of the Moscow Military District of the Russian Ground ForcesTaman, Nepal, a village in Nepa
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Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Indonesia. Cempaka Putih is roughly bounded by Jenderal Ahmad Yani bypass highway to the east, Pramuka boulevard to the south, Letjend Suprapto boulevard to the north, and a railway line to the west. The name "Cempaka Putih" derived from flowering plant white champaca. The office of Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
is located in Jalan Rawa Kerbau III, Rawasari, Kelurahan Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
Barat Kecamatan Cempaka Putih, Jakarta
Jakarta
Pusat (10520).[1]Contents1 History 2 Kelurahan (administrative village) 3 Areas 4 List of important places 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
Subdistrict was formerly part of Senen
Senen
Subdistrict, later broken up in 1969 into Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
Subdistrict and Senen Subdistrict
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Gambir, Jakarta
Gambir is a district of Central Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is characterized by many historic buildings from the colonial era. Gambir District is the location of many political and administrative center of Jakarta
Jakarta
and Indonesia. The Merdeka Palace
Merdeka Palace
(the presidential palace of Indonesia), the National Museum and the Merdeka Square (the location of the National Monument) are located in Gambir. Gambir is bounded by the Flood Canal (Indonesian: Kanal Banjir) to the west, the river Ciliwung to the east, KH Zainul Arifin and Sukarjo Wiryopranoto Road to the north, and Kebon Sirih Raya Road to the south. The City Hall of Central Jakarta
Central Jakarta
is located in Petojo Selatan, Gambir District
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Johar Baru
Johar Baru is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Indonesia. It is roughly bounded by Kampung Rawa Selatan Raya road and Mardani Raya road to the east, Percetakan Negara Raya Road to the south, Letjend Suprapto Road to the north, and a railway line to the west.Contents1 History 2 Kelurahan (Administrative Village) 3 List of important places 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] Johar Baru Subdistrict was formerly part of Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
Subdistrict. At first, the Subdistrict of Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
consisted of seven Administrative Villages: Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
Timur, Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih
Barat, Galur, Tanah Tinggi, Kampung Rawa, Johor Baru, and Rawasari
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Kemayoran
Kemayoran
Kemayoran
is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. Kemayoran
Kemayoran
is roughly bounded by Landas Pacu Barat and Landas Pacu Timur road to the north, Letjend Suprapto Road to the south, and a canal along the Sunter Raya road to the northeast. The area is best known as the location of the former Kemayoran
Kemayoran
Airport, although the area of the former airport itself is actually located in two subdistrict, the northern part lies on the Subdistrict of Pademangan, North Jakarta
Jakarta
while the southern part lies on the Subdistrict of Kemayoran, Central Jakarta
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Menteng
Menteng
Menteng
is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, one of the administrative municipalities in the special capital territory of Jakarta, Indonesia. The subdistrict is best known as the location of the Menteng residential area, a new urban design developed in the 1910s to become a residential area for Dutch people and high officials. At the time of its development, the area was the first planned garden suburb in colonial Batavia. Supported by easy access to service centers and nearby to the central business district, this area has become one of the most expensive areas for residential real estate in Jakarta. Several important people such as former president Suharto
Suharto
take up residence in Menteng. The President of the United States Barack Obama spent his childhood in Menteng, attending local schools including Besuki Public School and St
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Sawah Besar
Sawah Besar
Sawah Besar
(meaning big paddy field) is a historic subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and forms the core of the much larger colonial town of Weltevreden. The subdistrict is one of the oldest areas in Jakarta, and is centered on Lapangan Banteng
Lapangan Banteng
(formerly Waterloo Square during the Dutch colonial period) on the southeast part of Sawah Besar
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Senen
Senen
Senen
is a commercial center in Jakarta, Indonesia. The area was developed in the 18th-century as Pasar Senen
Senen
at the time when governor Daendels
Daendels
established the bovenstad ("the uppertown") as the new center of government of Batavia. The area is one of the oldest commercial center in Jakarta.[1] This historic commercial center of Senen
Senen
is located in what is now the Administrative Village of Senen, in the northern part of the Senen
Senen
Subdistrict
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Jagakarsa
Jagakarsa
Jagakarsa
is a subdistrict of South Jakarta, one of the administrative cities in Jakarta
Jakarta
Indonesia. Jagakarsa
Jagakarsa
is the southernmost subdistrict of South Jakarta
South Jakarta
(the southernmost subdistrict of Jakarta
Jakarta
belongs to Ciracas
Ciracas
Subdistrict in East Jakarta.) Jagakarsa
Jagakarsa
Subdistrict is bounded by Ciliwung River
Ciliwung River
to the east, Krukut River to the west, Margasatwa-Sagu-Joe-T.B.Simatupang-Poltangan Road to the north, Boundary marks with Depok to the south. As one of the southernmost subdistrict of Jakarta, Jagakarsa
Jagakarsa
has a relatively higher elevation (average 52-meter above sea level) and a cooler climate than the rest of Jakarta
Jakarta
(average 25–27-degree Celsius)
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Subdistricts Of Indonesia
In Indonesia, a subdistrict (Indonesian: kecamatan)[1] is a subdivision of regencies (kabupaten) and cities (kota). A subdistrict is itself divided into administrative villages (kelurahan)
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Kebayoran Baru
Kebayoran Baru
Kebayoran Baru
is a Subdistrict (Indonesian kecamatan) of South Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. The name of the Subdistrict was derived from an area which was developed in the post-war period the as a new suburb town of Jakarta, Kebayoran Baru. Kebayoran Baru
Kebayoran Baru
was the last residential area to be developed by the Dutch colonial administration. The urban planning was laid in a concept of the Garden city movement, consisting of a well-planned residential area, a shopping center, and a business district, supported with civic facilities e.g. schools, places of worship, hospitals, and parks
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Kebayoran Lama
Kebayoran Lama
Kebayoran Lama
is a subdistrict of South Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. The rough boundaries of Kebayoran Lama
Kebayoran Lama
i
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Mampang Prapatan
Mampang Prapatan is a subdistrict of South Jakarta, one of the five administrative cities which forms the special capital region of Jakarta, Indonesia. The expatriate residential area of Bangka and Kemang, known for its annual Kemang
Kemang
Festival, is located in Mampang Prapatan Subdistrict. The boundaries of Mampang Prapatan are Krukut River to the west, Cideng River and Mampang River to the east, Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto Tollway to the north, and Kemang
Kemang
Selatan-Kemang Timur Road to the south. Mampang Prapatan Main Road passed through Mampang Prapatan Subdistrict
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