Tegal Regency is one of the regencies located in the northwest part of Central Java province of Indonesia, with an area of 876,10 km2. The administrative center used to be in Tegal City, located in the northwest corner of the regency, but Tegal City was administratively separated from the regency and formed into its own territory; the city was replaced as the administrative center of Tegal Regency by Slawi Town, a suburb located about 20 km to the south of the city and within the district boundary. The name of Tegal comes from the word Tetegal which means fertile soil capable of producing agricultural crops. Another source states, Tegal name is believed to come from the word Teteguall; the name given by a trader from Portugal named Tome Pires who stopped at the Port of Tegal in the 1500s. Tegal regency was established on 18 May 1601 when Ki Gede Sebayu was appointed as a Juru Demung in Tegal by the Sultan of Mataram, began to build this area; the northern part of Tegal Regency is lowland. While in the southern part is a mountain, Mount Slamet, rising to a peak of 3,428 m2.
At the border with Pemalang Regency, there are a series of steep hills down which large rivers flow, namely Kali Gung and Kali Erang, both of which are water-eyed upstream of Mount Slamet. Tegal Regency is located in the northwest part of Central Java province, with geographical location 108° 57' 06" - 109° 21' 30" E and 6° 02' 41" - 7° 15' 30" S. Tegal Regency has a strategic location that are in the road of Semarang - Tegal - Cirebon and Semarang - Tegal - Purwokerto - Cilacap, with port facilities located in Tegal City; the boundaries of Tegal Regency are as follows: Administratively, Tegal Regency is divided into 18 districts, which are sub-divided into 281 villages and 6 urban villages. Since its establishment, the administrative center of Tegal Regency is located in Tegal City. However, since the issuance of Government Regulation No. 2/1984, its administrative center was moved from the Tegal City area to Slawi. Beginning in late 1989, Slawi was developed into the capital of Tegal Regency.
The districts and villages / urban villages in Tegal Regency are: From Mataram era to Dutch East Indies era. Ki Gede Sebayu is level with Regent Buried in Balapulang District. Ki Gede Honggowono is level with Regent Buried in Dukuhwaru district. Prince Duke Arya Martoloyo "The First Duke of Tegal". Tumenggung Sindurejo aka Pranantaka aka Gendowor. Tumenggung Honggowono aka Duke Reksonegoro I. Tumenggung Secowijoyo. Tumenggung Secomenggolo. Raden Mas Tumenggung Tritonoto. Tumenggung Bodroyudho Secowardoyo I aka Duke Reksonegoro II. Tumenggung Bodroyudho Secowardoyo II aka Duke Reksonegoro III Buried in Kalisoka Village, Dukuhwaru district. Tumenggung Kartoyudho aka Duke Reksonegoro IV. Raden Mas Panji Haji Cokronegoro IV Buried in Kedungbanteng district. Tumenggung Surenggono Died after being appointed as Tumenggung. Tumenggung Surodiwongso aka Tumenggung Suronegoro. Tumenggung Secomenggolo. Raden Mas Arya Haji Reksonegoro VI. Tumenggung Sosronegoro. Raden Mas Ronggo Surodipuro. Raden Tumenggung Widyoningrat.
R. Tumenggung Panji Sosrokusumo. R. M. Ore. R. M. Kis Buried In Adiwerna District. R. M. Suyitno. R. M. Susmono. J. Patih R. Subiyanto. R. Tumenggung Slamet Kertonegoro. From the Japanese colonial era to the Old Order era, the New Order era and the Reformation era. Mr. Moh. Great Mertokusumo. Raden Sunaryo. Kyai Abu Sujai "As the First Ulama, Talang District. Prawoto Sudibyo R. Soeputro R. M. Susmono Reksonegoro R. M. Sumindro R. M. Projosumarto Sutoro Munadi R. Sutarjo Col. R. Soepadhi Joedodarmo Lieutenant Colonel. R. Samino Sastrosuwignyo Drs. Herman Sumarmo Hasyim Dirjosubroto Drs. H. Wienachto Drs. Sudiatno Drs. H. Soetjipto Drs. Setiawan Sadono Drs. H. Soediharto Agus Riyanto, S. Sos, M. M. H. M. Heri Soelistiawan, S. H. M. Hum. Drs. Haron Bagas Prakosa, M. Hum. Ir. Satriyo Widodo Ki Enthus Susmono, Ph. D. Tegal Regency is the 21st most densely populated regency in Central Java based on the 2016 official estimates; the main population distribution is southern of Tegal City and along Tegal - Slawi Highway. In daily life, the people of Tegal Regency use Banyumasan-Javanese Language with Tegalese dialect, now known as Tegalese Language.
Home IndustryThe people of Tegal Regency have many businesses in the home industry sector, including casting, textile, shuttlecock and pottery. There are industrial plants of chalk and powder raw materials in the area of Margasari District as the main supplier of powder in Tegal Regency. Agriculture and PlantationThe people of Tegal Regency work in agriculture and plantation sectors in the southern part of Tegal regency in the district of Bumijawa and Bojong. The
Wonogiri is a regency in the southeastern part of Central Java province in Indonesia. It covers an area of 1,822.37 km2, its population according to the latest estimate is 940,297, the 5th largest district in Central Java, as well as the largest regency in the former Surakarta Residency, the largest regency that does not have the railway line in Central Java, the 15th most populated district in Central Java, the second largest in the former Surakarta Residency after Boyolali. On the southern coast of Wonogiri Regency there are many islands in the Indian Ocean, namely the island of Gosong owned by the Gunung Kidul Regency Government of the Republic of Indonesia, Bervet island owned by the Kingdom of Norway, islands and other islands owned by Australia, United States, New Zealand and Great Britain, the islands and these islands enters Southeast Asia; this capital is Wonogiri and Selogiri, largest city is Wonogiri, around 36 km from Surakarta. Wonogiri Regency is divided into 25 administrative districts, listed below with their populations at the 2010 Census: Wonogiri Regency is an area of agriculture and plantation, so most of people in Wonogiri work as farmers.
All areas of the regency produce much agriculture and plantation output. Casava, kacang mede are examples of the plantation output that are good. Wonogiri has many special foods, they include nasi tiwul, bakso, mie ayam, etc. Most of Wonogiri's area is hilly due to its location on the Sewu highlands. Since these highlands are of the karst type, many caves can be found in Wonogiri Regency and at least 41 caves have been discovered so far starting with the famous Song Gilap cave, Song Putri cave at Pracimantoro, Ngantap cave, Putri Kencana cave at Giritontro and including many unnamed caves all over the regency. Wonogiri has a dam called Gajah Mungkur Dam which has three main functions. Items of tourist interest include: Gajah Mungkur Dam Sembukan beach at Paranggupito district Nampu beach at Paranggupito district Kahyangan waterfall at Tirtomoyo district Kethu forest at Wonogiri district Putri Kencana cave at Pracimantoro district Girimanik waterfall at Slogohimo district Nggaguk Tirta Lestari swimming pool, restaurant at Jatisrono district Seper forest at Jatipurno Paragliding sport nearby Gajah Mungkur dam Off-Roading nearby Gajah Mungkur dam Plinteng Semar Miracle Stone at Wonogiri district Gunung Kembar Gandul a small mountain at Wonogiri district Gunung Pegat Small Mountain at Ngadirojo, Nguntoronadi district Gunung Kencur Small Mountain at Ngadirojo, Nguntoronadi district Wonogiri railway station Giri Adipura bus terminal
Boyolali is a regency in the eastern part of Central Java province in Indonesia. Its capital is Boyolali; the anniversary of Boyolali celebrated on June 5, as it takes from a history happened on June 5, 1847. On that day, the government of Kasunanan Surakarta stated a new rule about the village government or the government outside the Kuthanegara; the rule was interrupted by the Dutch which its point is that the incumbent government was unable to manage all the complicated government tasks. The treaty between Paku Buwana VII with the Dutch Government is in the treaty of Serat Perjanjian Dalem Natha page 140 – 146 or in Staatsblad 1847 No. 30. Dictum in chapter 30 – 36 from the treaty says that the demand about Abdi dalem Gunung to manage the regulation and the harmony of the kingdom and take cares of governmental things is trully needed. According to Staatsblad in 1847 No.30, the Government of Kasunanan Surakarta formed six Mountain Regency in surrounding its area to help the government in the regions.
Six Regency regions were The Regency City of Surakarta, Klaten, Boyolali and Sragen.. Based on that Staatsblad on known as the anniversary of the Regency Boyolali was June 5, 1847; the capital city named Boyolali, lies 27 km to the west of Solo. The regency covers an area with 1,015.10 km² with the highest point being Mount Merbabu - 3,141 m. Boyolali located at the east foothill of Mount Merapi and Mount Merbabu which has beautiful and charming scenery, the spacious greens and hilly around the volcanic activity of Merapi become enchanted the sightseeing. Boyolali has tourist attractions in the form of a natural spring that flows continuously and it is clear that well managed into the water attractions, swimming pool, fishing pond and restaurants like the Tlatar and in District Pengging Banyudono. Average temperature varies little from month to month. October is warmest with an average temperature of 26.1 °C. July is coldest with an average temperature of 24.9 °C. The wet season has a rainfall peak around March.
The dry season centers around the month of August. Mount Merapi, the most active volcano in Indonesia. Can be reached through Selo district. Umbul Tlatar, natural spring pool located 7 km to the north of Boyolali. Umbul Pengging, natural spring pool at Banyudono district. Kedung Ombo Dam used for irrigations purpose. Woodball Course Tlatar, Woodball Arena inside Umbul Tlatar area. Boyolali regency is surrounded by other regencies: Klaten Regency and Yogyakarta province in the south; this regency consists of 19 districts as follows: Intercity buses Dokar, two-wheel carriage powered by horse Pedicab Angkota, minibus Official website
Kebumen Regency is a regency in the southern part of the Indonesian province of Central Java. The population at the time of the 2010 Census was 1,161,706 and the total land area is 1,281 km², its capital is the city of Kebumen. There is an area in this regency, used for geology research, namely Karangsambung; the fortress is located in Gombong City about 21 kilometers west of Kebumen or 100 kilometers from Borobudur. was built In 1818, by Dutch East India Company to conquer Diponegoro war, there were many troops come to the location and make the fortress as office of military concentration. In 1844-1848 the fortess is built in the office location for preparation to clash with Yogyakarta Sultanate and named the fortress as Fort Cochius. In 1856 the fortress is used as Pupillenshool for European youngster, and the Dutch colonial changed the name to Van Der Wijck Fortress. The fortress has octagon shape with 7,168 square meters, 10-meter height and 1.4-meter wall depth in 2 storey. Geographically, Kebumen is located at 7 ° 27'- 7 ° 50' south latitude and 109 ° 22'- 109 ° 50' east longitude.
The southern part of Kebumen is lowland, while in the northern part of the mountains and hills that are part of a series of South Serayu Mountains. Meanwhile, in the western region Gombong, there Karst South Gombong a limestone mountain range that stretches to the south coast of north-south trending; this area has more than a hundred caves. The largest river in Kebumen is Luk Ulo river, Jatinegara river, Karanganyar river, Kretek river, Kedungbener river, Kemit river, Gombong river, Ijo river, Kejawang river, Gebang River; the Total Area and Use Kebumen has a total area of 158 111, 50 ha or 1,581, 11 km ² with the conditions of some areas of the coastal areas and mountains, but the majority of the lowlands. In the area of Kebumen, recorded 49,768, 00 hectares, or about 31, 04% as a wetland and 108, 343.50 hectares or 68.96% as dry land. According to its use, the vast majority of irrigated land technical and entirely can be planted twice a year in the form of rainfed, which in some places can be planted twice a year, 11, 25% of irrigated land half-technical and simple.
Dry land is used for building area of 40 985, 00 hectares, dry land / garden area of 33 777, 00 hectares as well as state forest covering an area of 22 861, 00 hectares and the rest is used for field pasture, pool, woody plants, as well as land and land cultivated while not others. Kebumen is divided into 26 districts, which are divided into over 449 villages and 11 villages with a number of Pillars of Citizens as many as 1,930 pieces and is divided into 7027 pieces of the Neighborhood; the administrative center is in the district of Kebumen. TK Aisyiyah 9 Kalibeji TK Pertiwi Kalirancang RA Masyithoh Gombong SD N 1 Klirong SD N 1 Pringtutul SD N Sitirejo SD N 4 Karanganyar SD N 2 Pringtutul SD N 2 Wonokromo SD N Purwodadi SD N 2 Sukomulyo SD N 1 Candi SD N Pondok Gebangsari SD N 1 Sawangan SD N 3 Sawangan SD N 1 Sidomukti SD N 2 Sidomukti SD N 1 Kalirancang SD N 2 Kalirancang SD N 3 Kalirancang MI N Grogolpenatus SD N Jatiluhur MI S Islamiyah Logede SD N Ginandong SD N 1 Kritig SD N Panjatan SD N 3 Klapasawit SD N 1 Brecong SD N 1 Jatijajar SD N 1 Pangempon SD N Menganti SD N Karangsari SD N 1 Kuwayuhan SD N 3 Jatisari SD N Arjosari SD N 1 Kajoran SD N 2 Kajoran SD N 1 Karanggayam SD N 2 Karanggayam SD N 3 Karanggayam SD N 1 Kalirejo SD N 1 Karangtengah SD N 1 Karangsambung SD N 2 Karangsambung SD N 3 Karangsambung SD N 1 Tunggalroso SD N 2 Tunggalroso SMP Islam Al Kahfi Somalangu Kebumen SMP N 1 Gombong SMP N 1 Alian SMP Ma'arif 1 Alian SMP N 1 Karanganyar SMP N 2 Karanganyar SMP N 3 Karanganyar SMP N 1 Rowokele MTs S Plus Nururrohmah Tambaksari MTs S Mafatikhul Huda SMP N 1 Kutowinangun SMP N 4 Gombong SMP Muhammadiyah 1 Gombong SMP Muhammadiyah 1 Karanganyar SMP Taman Dewasa Kebumen MTs N Kaleng Puring MTs N 2 Kebumen MTs N Klirong SMP N 1 Klirong SMP N 1 Kebumen SMP N 2 Kebumen SMP N 3 Kebumen SMP N 4 Kebumen SMP N 5 Kebumen SMP N 6 Kebumen SMP N 7 Kebumen SMP Muhammadiyah 1 Kebumen SMP Muhammadiyah 2 Kebumen SMP N 1 Karanggayam SMP N 2 Karanggayam SMP N 1 Karangsambung SMP N 2 Karangsambung SMP N 1 Prembun SMP N 2 Prembun SMA Negeri 1 Kebumen SMA Negeri 2 Kebumen SMA Negeri 1 Gombong SMA Negeri 1 Karanganyar SMA Negeri 1 Ayah SMA Negeri 1 Buluspesantren SMA Negeri 1 Karangsambung SMA Negeri 1 Kutowinangun SMA Negeri 1 Pejagoan SMA Negeri 1 Mirit SMA Negeri 1 Klirong SMA Negeri 1 Petanahan SMA Negeri 1 Prembun SMA Negeri 1 Rowoekele SMA Negeri 1 Karanggayam SMK Negeri 1 Kebumen SMK Negeri 2 Kebumen SMK Negeri 1 Gombong SMK Negeri 1 Karanganyar SMK Negeri 1 Puring SMK Negeri 1 Ambal SMK Ma'rif 1 Kebumen SMK Ma'arif 4 Kebumen SMK Batik Sakti 1 Kebumen SMK Batik Sakti 2 Kebumen SMK Taman Karya Madya Kebumen SMK Purnama 2 Gombong SMK Tamtama Karanganyar SMK Bina Karya 1 Karanganyar SMK Plus Nurrohmah Kuwarasan SMK Bina Nusantara Kebumen SMK Ristek Rowokele SMK Bina Teknika Sruweng SMK Wongsorejo Gombong SMK Muhammadiyah Kutowinangun SMK Komputer Karanganyar SMK Mutiara Alian SMA PGRI Prembun MAN 1 Kebumen MAN 2 Kebumen MAN Gombong SMK VIP Al-Huda AMIK PGRI Kebumen IAINU Kebumen PGSD UNS Kebumen Politeknik Dharma Patria Kebumen STIE Putra Bangsa Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Muhammadiyah Gombong Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Muhammadiyah Kebumen UMNU Kebumen has a complete mass media, both print and electronic media.
In Kebumen region has published a daily newspaper "Kebumen Express", part of Jawa Pos Group. In addition, there is a "Radar Kebumen". For electronic media, there are several commercial
Cilacap Regency is a regency in the southwestern part of Central Java province in Indonesia. Its capital is the town of Cilacap. Cilacap Regency covers an area of 2,124.47 km2, it had a population of 1,642,107 at the 2010 Census. The language used in Cilacap is the Javanese language; the dialect used is Banyumasan. There are schools of all levels in Cilacap and several higher-learning institutions, but no university. There are several academies such as Akademi Maritim Nusantara. A polytechnic, called Politeknik Cilacap, was established in 2008 and offers education in Engineering and Informatics. Cilacap Regency comprises twenty-four districts, tabulated below with their populations at the 2010 Census: The town of Cilacap is a sea port on the southern coast of the island of Java; the port is one of only a few that exist on the southern coast that can service shipping of reasonable tonnage. The nearest safe anchorage east is Pacitan; the city's harbor is protected by Nusakambangan, an island best known as the site of several high-security correctional facilities although there are hopes that the island can be developed as a tourist hub.
Nusakambangan sheltered Cilacap from the worst of the 2004 tsunami. The disaster took 147 lives, devastated beaches, damaged 435 fishing boats and inflicted material losses amounting to about Rp 86 billion. During World War II Cilacap was an important departure point for people fleeing the Japanese invasion Dutch colonists. Many left the Dutch East Indies by boat or seaplane, the majority heading for Broome in Western Australia; the port is a hub for international trade. The town's Tunggul Wulung Airport provides scheduled airline services to Semarang. Cilacap is the site of many industrial plants, a geothermal power plant, a cement plant, one of Pertamina processing units in Indonesia; the site has the largest production capacity, producing the most diverse kinds of products among other Pertamina units. The town of Cilacap offers several tourist attractions highlighting Banyumasan culture; the town has a number of beaches, two of the most popular being Teluk Penyu, but these are somewhat fouled from leakage of the shipping vessels docked adjacent to this and Widara Payung.
Nearby the Teluk Penyu beach is an ancient Dutch fortress called Benteng Pendem. This fortress was built in stages during 1861-1879 by the Dutch East Indies Army. In early 2012 Segara Anakan Bay area is only 600 hectares from 700 hectares in 2005 after dredging. Heavy sedimentation from Citanduy River, located in border of Ciamis Regency and Cilacap Regency caused it. To overcome the sedimentation in Segara Anakan Bay, Ciamis Regency has agreed, if a new canal from Citanduy River pass their area and exit in Nusawiru near Pangandaran Beach. Official website
Magelang is one of six cities in Central Java, each of, governed by a mayor rather than a bupati. It is located in the middle of the Magelang Regency, between Mount Merbabu and Mount Sumbing in Central Java Province, Indonesia. Magelang is located 43 km north of Yogyakarta, 15 km north of Mungkid and 75 km south of Semarang, the capital of Central Java. Magelang City is a city, located in a fertile agricultural area and one of the most densely populated regions on Central Java. Magelang City has two borders; the western border is the Eastern Boones Elo River. The city is divided into several sub-districts. Magelang Utara: Kramat Utara Kramat Selatan Kedungsari Wates PotrobangsanMagelang Tengah: Magelang Cacaban Kemirirejo Gelangan Panjang Rejowinangun UtaraMagelang Selatan: Tidar Utara Tidar Selatan Rejowinangun Selatan Magersari Jurangombo Utara Jurangombo Selatan Magelang was established on 11 April 907. Magelang was known as a village called Mantyasih, now known as Meteseh. There are three stele of historical importance in Magelang, namely Poh and Mantyasih, all of which are written on a plate of copper.
Poh and Mantyasih were written under the rule of King Balitung of Mataram Kingdom. In those stele, the villages of Mantyasih and Glanggang were mentioned, they became Magelang respectively. In Mantyasih stele, it mentioned the name of King Watukura Dyah Balitung, as well as 829 Çaka bulan Çaitra tanggal 11 Paro-Gelap Paringkelan Tungle, Pasaran Umanis hari Senais Sçara atau Sabtu, which means Saturday Legi, 11 April 907; the village Mantyasih was made by the king as tax-free village, led by a patih. Mentioned are Mount Susundara and Mount Wukir Sumbing, now known as Mount Sindoro and Mount Sumbing; when Britain colonised Magelang in the eighteenth century, Magelang became the seat of the government and was made to the same level as a regency with Mas Ngabehi Danukromo as its first leader. Mas Ngabehi Danukromo built bupati residence and a mosque. Magelang became the capital of Karesidenan Kedu in 1818. After the Dutch defeated the British, Magelang was made as the central of economy because its strategic location.
The Dutch government built drinking water tower in 1918. Electricity became available in 1927; the roads were remade using asphalt. The city has been a military post, dating back to the Dutch East Indies colonial era, it subsequently acted as an army stronghold for Indonesian pro-independence movements against the Dutch government during the resistance period. It is a host of two military landmarks: The National Military Academy, the only military-associated school, Taruna Nusantara. Journalist Taichiro Kaijimura announced on 12 May 2007 the discovery of 30 Netherlands government documents submitted to the Tokyo tribunal as an evidence of a forced massed prostitution incident by the Japanese army in 1944 in Magelang. After the independence of Indonesia, Magelang became kotapraja and kotamadya; the composition of demography based on its religion and belief, Magelang people has varied and different belief and religion. Majority of Magelang citizen are Muslim, but there are minority groups such as Christianity, Hinduism and there are spiritualism and traditional Javanese belief.
As of February 2010, Magelang has a total population of 118,227. Magelang's population was 59,916 women. Magelang is the closest major town to Borobudur, a ninth-century Buddhist monument located about 40 km north-west of Yogyakarta; the Canggal Temple located in the Magelang regency, has a Sanskrit transcription bearing the name of the first Mataram Kingdom ruler, Sanjaya. There is white water rafting on the Elo River, located in the district of Magelang. Elo river disgorges from Mount Merbabu, Mount Telomoyo and Mount Ungaran, so it is not affected by the flow of volcanic material from Mount Merapi; the river is ideal for white water rafting because the characters of flow and flooding are stable, so it is safe to be forded in both the dry and rainy seasons. Running rafting chosen difficulty level maximum III + and suitable for families; the track reached in 2.5 -- 3 hours rafting. A number of the town's buildings from the Dutch East Indies era have become heritage landmarks; the Karesidenan Kedu building, is now known as Museum Pangeran Diponegoro, where Prince Diponegoro was arrested by the Dutch colonial government during the Java War.
The chair on which the Prince sat remains in the museum. A fingernail, believed to be Diponegoro’s, remains on the arm of the chair. A statue in his honour stands in Magelang’s town square. Jalan Pemuda is Magelang's Pecinan; the one-way 1.5-kilometre-long road is the centre of business and includes shops, a minimarket, restaurants. The road, running along a former railroad, is divided with a narrow section reserved for rickshawss; the Alun-alun or town square is located in the city centre. The area has the Matahari and Gardena department stores, Magelang’s only cinema, to the north the Trio Plaza and the BCA tower. In the west, is city’s largest mosque, locally known as Kauman. Within the vicinity of the town square is a 15-metre-high watertower, a statue of Diponegoro riding a horse. There are a number of sport venues in Magelang
Rembang Regency is a regency on the extreme northeast coast of Central Java Province, on the island of Java at the Java Sea, in Indonesia. The regency covers an area of 887.13 km2 on Java. Its capital city is Rembang, it is a lowland, with a maximum elevation of about 70 metres above sea level. The Solo River flows through its inland section; the regency is crossed by an inter-province main road on the island. Rembang Regency is bordered by: North: Java Sea East: Tuban Regency in East Java Province South: Blora Regency West: Pati Regency At the 2010 Census it had a population of 591,359 people; the 2014 official estimate gave a population of 598,612. During the colonial Dutch East Indies period, the area was known as Lasem; the Han family of Lasem was a prominent Chinese immigrant family of colonial government bureaucrats and landlords in the area