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Indonesia Cities by Population


300 cities shown of 374 total Indonesia cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Jakarta 8,540,121
2. Surabaya 2,374,658
3. Medan 1,750,971
4. Bandung 1,699,719
5. Bekasi 1,520,119
6. Palembang 1,441,500
7. Tangerang 1,372,124
8. Makassar 1,321,717
9. Semarang 1,288,084
10. Depok 1,198,129
11. Masjid Jamie Baitul Muttaqien 1,000,000
12. Mamuju 938,254
13. Padang 840,352
14. Bandarlampung 800,348
15. Bogor 800,000
16. Malang 746,716
17. Pekanbaru 703,956
18. Yogyakarta 636,660
19. Situbondo 600,000
20. Banjarmasin 572,837
21. Surakarta 555,308
22. Cimahi 493,698
23. Pontianak 455,173
24. Manado 451,893
25. Balikpapan 433,866
26. Jambi 420,323
27. Denpasar 405,923
28. Ambon 355,596
29. Samarinda 355,160
30. Mataram 318,674
31. Percut 311,063
32. Bengkulu 309,712
33. Jember 298,585
34. Palu 282,431
35. Kupang 282,396
36. Sukabumi 276,414
37. Tasikmalaya 271,143
38. Pekalongan 257,945
39. Cirebon 254,298
40. Banda Aceh 250,757
41. Tegal 237,084
42. Kediri 235,143
43. Binjai 228,763
44. Purwokerto 217,222
45. Purwakarta 215,803
46. Loa Janan 212,816
47. Pematangsiantar 209,614
48. Ciputat 207,858
49. Ciampea 207,212
50. Sumedang Utara 206,746
51. Cileungsi 202,190
52. Rengasdengklok 201,463
53. Kendari 195,006
54. Parung 193,898
55. Curug 191,406
56. Labuhanbajo 188,724
57. Cibinong 188,663
58. Madiun 186,099
59. Pemalang 184,149
60. Lembang 183,130
61. Probolinggo 181,656
62. Pamulang 174,557
63. Cikupa 174,041
64. Salatiga 172,645
65. Plumbon 167,105
66. Banjaran 164,952
67. Serang 164,767
68. Lawang 159,380
69. Pasuruan 158,600
70. Sunggal 157,914
71. Perbaungan 157,174
72. Pasarkemis 154,234
73. Soreang 150,932
74. Purwodadi 150,206
75. Metro 149,526
76. Lubuklinggau 148,243
77. Palangkaraya 148,139
78. Astanajapura 148,047
79. Cikampek 145,620
80. Gorontalo 144,195
81. Dumai 143,760
82. Tanjungbalai 142,506
83. Sidoarjo 139,189
84. Weru 139,004
85. Bitung 137,364
86. Jayapura 134,895
87. Baturaja 134,759
88. Adiwerna 134,188
89. Singaraja 133,784
90. Blitar 132,416
91. Martapura 131,449
92. Kisaran 129,911
93. Teluknaga 128,275
94. Ungaran 127,812
95. Rangkasbitung 126,910
96. Klaten 126,831
97. Jombang 126,465
98. Paseh 126,181
99. Pangkalpinang 125,933
100. Sorong 125,535
101. Tanjungpinang 125,472
102. Padalarang 124,946
103. Ciamis 123,637
104. Lumajang 123,626
105. Indramayu 123,263
106. Pati 122,785
107. Payakumbuh 121,572
108. Sepatan 118,439
109. Tebingtinggi 117,530
110. Kedungwuni 117,249
111. Batang 115,537
112. Pamanukan 114,290
113. Sawangan 114,069
114. Mojokerto 112,557
115. Cileunyi 111,476
116. Magelang 111,461
117. Kresek 110,182
118. Citeureup 110,155
119. Banyuwangi 108,166
120. Cikarang 106,479
121. Arjawinangun 105,845
122. Depok 104,527
123. Perabumulih 103,470
124. Rantauprapat 103,009
125. Belawan 102,707
126. Singkawang 101,838
127. Ternate 101,731
128. Bontang 101,691
129. Grogol 100,613
130. Padangsidempuan 100,561
131. Bukittinggi 98,746
132. Dukuhturi 98,074
133. Tarakan 97,478
134. Sungaipenuh 95,913
135. Sumber 93,420
136. Wonosobo 92,990
137. Palimanan 92,600
138. Pamekasan 92,447
139. Pandeglang 92,316
140. Pariaman 92,183
141. Kudus 92,156
142. Caringin 91,845
143. Banjar 89,040
144. Lhokseumawe 88,974
145. Cicurug 88,965
146. Kartasura 88,927
147. Klangenan 88,378
148. Majalengka 87,732
149. Bojonegoro 86,568
150. Kasihan 86,234
151. Sumenep 84,656
152. Ambarawa 84,379
153. Margahayukencana 83,119
154. Galesong 83,050
155. Watampone 81,629
156. Kedungwaru 80,257
157. Serpong 80,193
158. Sibolga 79,714
159. Genteng 79,652
160. Gedangan 79,230
161. Ponorogo 79,026
162. Ciranjang-hilir 77,758
163. Ende 77,205
164. Tuban 76,242
165. Kebomas 75,982
166. Karangsembung 75,856
167. Tarub 75,739
168. Batu 75,631
169. Sungailiat 74,719
170. Petarukan 74,188
171. Gresik 73,629
172. Sewon 73,585
173. Jatibarang 73,010
174. Kuningan 72,085
175. Sragen 71,522
176. Pagaralam 70,386
177. Mertoyudan 69,871
178. Bondowoso 69,783
179. Nganjuk 69,011
180. Melati 67,090
181. Bima 66,970
182. Sokaraja 66,482
183. Gamping Lor 66,110
184. Sampit 66,053
185. Lahat 65,906
186. Tulungagung 65,262
187. Muncar 64,537
188. Tulangan Utara 63,889
189. Godean 63,164
190. Bangil 62,513
191. Tanjungpandan 62,374
192. Abepura 62,248
193. Bangkalan 62,178
194. Slawi 61,206
195. Pecangaan 61,046
196. Kertosono 60,782
197. Barabai 60,192
198. Boyolali 59,851
199. Sengkang 59,523
200. Lamongan 59,224
201. Baki 58,909
202. Bantul 58,653
203. Weleri 58,448
204. Polewali 58,190
205. Jatiwangi 57,973
206. Baekrajan 57,920
207. Singosari 57,793
208. Kabanjahe 57,159
209. Purbalingga 56,903
210. Pare 56,699
211. Balaipungut 56,452
212. Mandahara 56,268
213. Sleman 56,215
214. Pandak 56,043
215. Amuntai 55,560
216. Besuki 55,465
217. Wedi 55,300
218. Cepu 55,055
219. Langsa 54,465
220. Sampang 53,269
221. Manokwari 53,190
222. Tanjungagung 53,117
223. Sumbawa Besar 52,654
224. Terbanggi-besar 52,566
225. Kepanjen 51,919
226. Blora 51,811
227. Comal 51,092
228. Karanganom 50,670
229. Kawalu 50,541
230. Jatiroto 50,059
231. Labuhan Deli 49,668
232. Gampengrejo 49,118
233. Gatak 48,959
234. Singaparna 48,882
235. Waingapu 48,828
236. Banyumas 48,378
237. Solok 48,372
238. Pameungpeuk 48,294
239. Buduran 48,152
240. Luwuk 47,778
241. Sungairaya 47,735
242. Amahai 47,653
243. Balung 47,631
244. Maumere 47,598
245. Poso 47,110
246. Curup 46,245
247. Candi Prambanan 44,925
248. Muntilan 44,859
249. Bambanglipuro 44,713
250. Ketanggungan 44,288
251. Rembang 44,030
252. Nabire 43,898
253. Gebog 43,756
254. Kencong 43,046
255. Pelabuhanratu 43,001
256. Panji 42,789
257. Katabu 42,750
258. Baturaden 42,394
259. Kotabumi 42,366
260. Diwek 41,719
261. Kijang 41,344
262. Sinjai 40,797
263. Rantepao 40,438
264. Reuleuet 40,393
265. Juwana 40,177
266. Rajapolah 39,840
267. Tual 39,502
268. Wiradesa 39,407
269. Majenang 38,897
270. Buaran 38,770
271. Krian 38,603
272. Wonopringgo 38,429
273. Pangkalanbuun 38,057
274. Majene 37,715
275. Jekulo 37,521
276. Banjar 37,263
277. Simpang 36,652
278. Srono 36,260
279. Atambua 35,793
280. Kualakapuas 35,632
281. Wangon 35,530
282. Sumberpucung 35,285
283. Praya 35,183
284. Meulaboh 35,062
285. Ruteng 34,569
286. Manggar 34,520
287. Pandakan 34,184
288. Pemangkat 34,029
289. Kualatungkal 33,683
290. Tabanan 33,667
291. Lebaksiu 33,606
292. Labuan 33,576
293. Mlonggo 33,542
294. Tondano 33,317
295. Negara 33,191
296. Tanggulangin 32,866
297. Jaten 32,378
298. Boyolangu 32,287
299. Gombong 31,965
300. Karangasem 31,869



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Indonesia History

articulates the diversity that shapes the country. However

sectarian tensions and separatism have led to violent confrontations that have undermined political and economic stability. Despite its large population and densely populated regions

Indonesia has vast areas of wilderness that support the world's second highest level of biodiversity. The country is richly endowed with natural resources

yet poverty is a defining feature of contemporary Indonesia."""

The name Indonesia derives from the Latin Indus, meaning India"







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