The province of Yogyakarta has a total area of about 3.185,80 square kilometres and is subdivided into four districts and one city, the city itself has a surface of about 32,5 square kilometres and the four districts are Sleman, Bantul, Gunung Kidul, and Kulon Progo.
Yogyakarta is located in the centre of the island Java, bordered on the south
by the Indian Ocean and on the north by a chain of volcanoes and is one of the
principal cultural centres there.
The province of Yogyakarta is one of the most densely populated areas of Indonesia, in 2000 the total population amounted to 3.311.812 people. The majority of the inhabitants are Javanese. However as Yogyakarta is said to be “Indonesia’s academic city” thanks to the numerous centres of higher education, many of the residents are students of all over Indonesia.
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An island of Indonesia and site of the capital city Jakarta, the city of Java is considered to be the world’s most populated island with a population of around 130 million....