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West Sumatra
Rumah Gadang in the Pandai Sikek village of West Sumatra
West Sumatra emblem
Motto: Tuah Sakato
(Minangkabau, "United Prosperity")
Map showing West Sumatra within Indonesia
Capital Padang
Government
 - Governor
 - Vice governor

Gamawan Fauzi
Marlis Rahman
Area
  - % Maritime
42,297.30 km²
2.59%
Population
  - Total (2000)
  - Density

4,248,931
99/km²
Ethnic groups Minangkabau (88%), Mentawai (1.5%)
Language Indonesian, Minangkabau, Mentawai
Religion Islam (98%), Christian (1.6%), Hindu (0.0032%), Buddhism (0.26%)
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)
Coordinates
 - Latitude
 - Longitude

0°54'N to 3°30'S
98°36'E to 101°53'E
Elevation
 - Highest point
 - Lowest point

2,912 m (Mount Talakmau)
0 m
Web site www.sumbarprov.go.id

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Template:West Sumatra

Lalawigan ning Indonesia Flag of Indonesia
Sumatra: Aceh | North Sumatra | West Sumatra | Bengkulu | Riau | Riau Islands | Jambi | South Sumatra | Lampung | Bangka-Belitung
Java: Jakarta | West Java | Banten | Central Java | Yogyakarta | East Java
Kalimantan: West Kalimantan | Central Kalimantan | South Kalimantan | East Kalimantan
Lesser Sunda Islands: Bali | West Nusa Tenggara | East Nusa Tenggara
Sulawesi: West Sulawesi | North Sulawesi | Central Sulawesi | South Sulawesi | South East Sulawesi | Gorontalo
Maluku Islands and
New Guinea:
Maluku | North Maluku | West Irian Jaya | Papua

Coordinates: 1°00′S 100°30′E