Bengkulu

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Lundag ka king: pamaglibut, paintunan
Province of Bengkulu
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Motto: Ikan sejerek, bere secupak, madarrr!
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Tungku Bengkulu (city)
Gobernador Agusrin Maryono Najamuddin
Lapad/Dagul 19,788.70 km²
Populasyun 1,564,000 (2000)
Pangasiksik {{{densities}}}
Katutubu Javanese (22%), Rejang (21%), Serawai (18%)
Kasalpantayanan Islam
Amanu Bengkulu, Indonesian
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)
Web site [1]

Pilawen[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Reid, Anthony (ed.). 1995. Witnesses to Sumatra: A traveller's anthology. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press. pp. 125-133.
  • Wilkinson, R.J. 1938. Bencoolen. Journal of the Malayan Branch Royal Asiatic Society. 16(1): 127-133.
    • Overview of the British experience in Bencoolen
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