Indonesia

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Republik Indonesia
Fana þæs Indonesiaes Coat of Arms of Indonesia
(Fana) (Cassock of Geatwe)
Þēodlic cƿide: Bhinneka Tunggal Ika  (Old Javanese)
Ānness bȳ Missenliċnesse

National ideology: Pancasila[1]
Þēodlic antefn: Indonesia Raya
Stede Indonesia
Hēafod Cgakarta
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Mǣste burg capital
Ambihtlica sprǣca Indonesian
Lēodƿeard
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Unitary presidential republic
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Independence
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Mearc
 - Getæl
 - Ƿæter (%)
 
{{{area}}} km² (16th)
Landƿaru
 - 2009 est.
 - 2010 census
 - Þiccnes
 
238,000,000[2] (4th)
237,556,363[3]
{{{population_density}}}/km² (84th)
GDP (PPP)
 - Getæl
 - For ǣlcum hēafde
2010 estimate
$1.027 trillion[4] ([[List of countries by GDP (PPP)|]])
$4,379[4] ([[List of countries by GDP (PPP) per capita|]])
Sceatt Rupiah (IDR)
Tīdgyrtel
 - Summor (DST)
various (UTC+7 to +9)
not observed (UTC)
Internet TLD .id
Sprecungrīm ++62

Indonesia (Hlystani /ˌɪndəˈnʒə/ oþþe /ˌɪndˈnziə/), rihte se Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian: Republik Indonesia), is land in Sūþēast Asian and Oceania. Indonesia hæfþ 17,508 īegland. Mid burgƿare ymbe 238 þūsenda þūsend lēode, hēo hæfþ þǣre ƿoruldes fēorða mǣste burgƿare, and þǣre ƿoruldes mǣste Muslim burgƿare. Indonesia is cyneƿīse, mid corenum þinge and foresittende. Þæs landes hēafodstōl is Ceacarta.

Þæt land hæfþ mearca mid Papua Niƿ Guinea on Nīƿguinean þǣre īeg, mid Ēasttimore onmiddan Timor, and mid Malægsie on Borneoīege. Ōðer nēah land beinniaþ Singapore, Philippines, Australia, and þā Indianisc underland Andaman and Nicobar Īegland.

Fruman[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. US Library of Congress; Vickers (2005), page 117.
  2. Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division (2009) (PDF). World Population Prospects, Table A.1. 2008 revision. United Nations. http://www.un.org/esa/population/publications/wpp2008/wpp2008_text_tables.pdf. Retrieved 12 March 2009. 
  3. 2010 getæl
  4. 4.0 4.1 Indonesia. International Monetary Fund. Begieten on 21 April 2010.


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1 Dæl þisses landes is on Europan