Magelang


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Magelang

 

a city in the province of Central Java, Indonesia, in a mountain valley between the peaks of Sumbing and Merapi. Population, 110,300 (1971). Magelang is the commercial center of an agricultural region which produces sugar, rice, tobacco, and cassava. There are also textile and food-processing enterprises.

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Academics from the Muhammadiyah Tobacco Control Centre at Magelang Muhammadiyah University conduct outreach at local schools but they are fighting not only against cultural norms but the substantial revenues from the tobacco industry that make local officials hesitant to send a strong message about tobacco control.
The temple visible on the hilltop before a low range of mountains is actually Borobudur, the 9th century Buddhist temple in Magelang that was built from volcanic stones and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We also thank the Agricultural and Livestock Bureau of Cirebon, Magelang, Ogan Ilir, Pesisir Selatan, Tanah Datar, and Livestock Breeding Center (BPTU-HPT) Pelaihari for assisting in the collection of blood samples from breeding flocks.
He was speaking at the opening of national meeting of the Indonesian Anti-Defamation Community (Mafindo) in Magelang
Budianto, Keterdapatan Sensitive Clay Pada Lokasi Longsor Lahan di DAS Bompon, Kabupaten Magelang, Skripsi, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2016.
by Agence France-PresseRescue team members carry the body of a miner after a landslide hit Srumbung Village in Magelang, Indonesia on December 18, 2017.
Those local ducks consisted of seven types of javanese ducks in Central Java, namely Magelang duck, Peking duck, Pengging duck, Tegal Branjangan duck, Tegal Jarakan duck, Tegal Blorong duck, and Tegal Lemahan duck.
Buddhist monks at the Borobudur Temple in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia.
bulletin, focusing on crime news in Surakarta, Yogyakarta and Magelang,
Indonesian Catholics also participated in a Good Friday procession at St Joseph's Church in Magelang in Central Java.
"Areas to the west of Mount Kelud including central Java, Yogyakarta, Cilacap, Magelang, Temenggung and Boyolali are still experiencing showers of ash because last night the biggest eruption ...
(24.) Rum, paraphrased interview with George Kahin, Magelang, 23 November 1948, Kahin Collection (private), Cornell University.