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Lampung
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Map showing Lampung province in Indonesia
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Tungku Bandar Lampung
Gobernador Sjachroedin ZP
Lapad/Dagul 35,376 km²
Populasyun 6,731,000 (2000 census)
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Katutubu Javanese (62%)
Kasalpantayanan Muslim (92%), Protestant (1.8%), Catholic (1.8%), Buddist (1.7%)
Amanu
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)
Web site http://www.lampung.go.id

Pilawen[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Elmhirst, R. (2001). Resource Struggles and the Politics of Place in North Lampung, Indonesia. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 22(3):284-307.
  • Pain, Marc (ed). (1989). Transmigration and spontaneous migrations in Indonesia : Propinsi Lampung. Bondy, France: ORSTOM.

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