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  • South Sumatra province, Indonesia Britannica

    South Sumatra, encompassing the entire southern segment of the island of Sumatra as well as the smaller adjacent islands, became part of the Republic of Indonesia in 1950. In 1964 the province of Lampung was created from roughly the southern third of South Sumatra.

  • Sumatra du Sud — Wikipédia

    On prétend que le sud de Sumatra est la 3 e région mégalithique du monde en termes de quantité [1]. On compte ainsi plus de 20 sites sur le plateau de Pasemah dans le kabupaten de Lahat . Le temple de Bumi Ayu est à ce jour la seule construction de la période hindou

  • South Sumatra Academic Kids

    South Sumatra or Sumatera Selatan is one of the provinces of Indonesia.It is on the island of Sumatra, and borders the provinces of Lampung to the south, Bengkulu to the west, and Jambi to the north. Just off the east coast are the islands of Bangka and Belitung, which were split from Sumatera Selatan province to form the new province of Bangka-Belitung in 2000.

  • Sumatra Encyclopedia

    23/05/2018· sumatra A regional squall, usually occurring at night, in the Malacca Strait, accompanied by high winds which veer (see veering) from southerly to south-westerly and north-westerly. Extensive cumulonimbus cloud brings heavy rain, with thunder and lightning.

  • Sumatra Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Sumatra, known also as Sumatera, is the sixth largest island in the world. It is in western Indonesia . It is to the west of the Sunda Islands,and is bordered by the Indian Ocean .

  • Indonesia Encyclopedia

    Stemming from an underwater earthquake about 324 km (180 mi) south off the coast of Sumatra, the city of Banda Aceh witnessed a 10-minute earthquake, the longest ever recorded as of 2005. The tsunami rolled waves onto the mainland at an estimated 800 km/h (500 mi/h), leaving about 131,000 dead and another 38,000 missing. The devastation of the disaster crushed entire villages and most of the

  • Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 Facts & Death Toll

    On December 26, 2004, at 7:59 am local time, an undersea earthquake with a magnitude of 9.1 struck off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Over the next seven hours, a tsunami—a series of immense ocean waves—triggered by the quake reached out across the Indian Ocean, devastating coastal areas as far away as East Africa. Some locations reported that the waves had reached a

  • File:South Sumatra in Indonesia.svg Wikipedia, le

    File:South Sumatra in Indonesia.svg. Lingua; Observar; Modificar; File; Historia del file; Uso de iste file; Uso global de iste file; Metadatos; Dimension de iste previsualisation PNG de iste file SVG: 800 × 307 pixels. Altere resolutiones: 320 × 123 pixels 640 × 245 pixels 1 024 × 393 pixels 1 280 × 491 pixels 1 200 × 460 pixels. File original ‎ (File SVG, dimensiones nominal

  • Sumatra du Sud — Wikipédia

    On prétend que le sud de Sumatra est la 3 e région mégalithique du monde en termes de quantité [1]. On compte ainsi plus de 20 sites sur le plateau de Pasemah dans le kabupaten de Lahat . Le temple de Bumi Ayu est à ce jour la seule construction de la

  • South Sumatra Academic Kids

    South Sumatra or Sumatera Selatan is one of the provinces of Indonesia.It is on the island of Sumatra, and borders the provinces of Lampung to the south, Bengkulu to the west, and Jambi to the north. Just off the east coast are the islands of Bangka and Belitung, which were split from Sumatera Selatan province to form the new province of Bangka-Belitung in 2000.

  • South Sumatra Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

    South Sumatra Province (Indonesian: Provinsi Sumatera Selatan; Jawi: سوماتيرا سلاتن‎) is a province of Indonesia. It is located in the southern part of Sumatra Island, east of the Bukit Barisan Mountains .

  • Sumatra: History Infoplease

    Modern humans have lived on Sumatra for at least 60,000. Sumatra had early contact with Indian civilization, and by the 7th cent. AD the powerful Hindu-Sumatran kingdom of Sri Vijaya (with its capital in or near Palembang) flourished under the house of Sailendra. The kingdom extended its control over a large part of Indonesia and also over the Malay Peninsula. By the 14th cent., Sumatran supremacy

  • Indonesia Encyclopedia

    Stemming from an underwater earthquake about 324 km (180 mi) south off the coast of Sumatra, the city of Banda Aceh witnessed a 10-minute earthquake, the longest ever recorded as of 2005. The tsunami rolled waves onto the mainland at an estimated 800 km/h (500 mi/h), leaving about 131,000 dead and another 38,000 missing. The devastation of the disaster crushed entire villages and most of the

  • South Sumatra Unionpedia, the concept map

    87 relations: Adnan Kapau Gani, Alex Noerdin, Bangka Belitung Islands, Bangka Island, Bangka Strait, Banyuasin Regency, Barisan Mountains, Battle of Palembang, Baturaja, Belitung, Bengkulu,

  • The Pacific War Online Encyclopedia: Sumatra

    Sumatra is the second largest island in the Netherlands East Indies and the fourth largest in the world, with an area of 182,859 square miles (473,600 km 2). A mountain chain, the Barisan Gebergte, runs the entire length of the Indian Ocean coast and varies from 5000' to 12000' (1500 to 3700 meters) in elevation with the highest point at Mount Kerinji, southeast of Padang (12,483' or 3805 meters).

  • File:Coat of arms of South Sumatra.svg Wikipedia, le

    English: The emblem of South Sumatra Province (Sumatera Selatan), Indonesia, with the motto "Bersatu Teguh" (united we strong). The emblem features the "limasan" roof typical of South Sumatra traditional house, with 17 pointy roof ornaments and 45 roof tiles to symbolize 17 August 1945, the independence day of Indonesia.

  • File:Flag of South Sumatra (vectorised).svg Wikipedia

    English: Flag of South Sumatra, See legal regulation about the flag. Bahasa Indonesia: Bendera Sumatra Utara, Lihat peraturan hukum tentang bendera tersebut. Data: 29 de julio 2014: Origine: This file at Commons. Autor: AlexR.L. Muffin Wizard This W3C-unspecified vector image was created with Inkscape. Permission (Reuso de iste file) Public domain Public domain false false: This file is in the

  • ESDA encyclopedia.adventist.org

    Bernard and Emma Judge served the Seventh-day Adventist Church in their homeland Australia and as early missionaries to Sumatra and Java. Bernard Judge was born on April 7, 1879, in Hobart, Tasmania, to George and Christina Judge. 1 His three sisters were Kate, Christina (usually called Teenie or Tina), and Margaret. The family were among the earliest Seventh-day Adventists in Tasmania