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, formerly Tjirebon,
port city (1990 pop. 254,477), district (1990 pop. 1,649,428), and seaport, N Java, Indonesia, on the Java Sea. Crops grown in the fertile coastal plain include sugar and rice.
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a port in S central Indonesia, on N Java on the Java Sea: scene of the signing of the Tjirebon Agreement of Indonesian independence (1946) by the Netherlands. Pop.: 272 263 (2000)
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