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Cianjur Regency

Cianjur Regency
Motto: Cianjur Bersemi dan Gerbang Marhamah
Cianjur Regency is located in Indonesia
Cianjur Regency
Cianjur Regency
Location of Cianjur Regency in Indonesia
Coordinates:
Country Indonesia
Province West Java
Government
 • Regent Drs. H. Tjetjep Muchtar Soleh,MM
Area
 • Total 3,432.96 km2 (1,325.47 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 2,171,281
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)
Area code(s) 0263
Website http://www.cianjurkab.go.id
Cianjur Regency south of Bogor City and Bogor Regency in West Java.

Cianjur Regency is a regency (kabupaten) of West Java, Indonesia. The area of the regency is 3,432.96 km2 and its population in 2010 was 2,171,281. The town of Cianjur is its capital.

Districts

Cianjur Regency is subdivided into the following 32 districts (kecamatan):

  • Agrabinta
  • Bojongpicung
  • Campaka Mulya
  • Campaka
  • Cianjur (city)
  • Cibeber
  • Cibinong
  • Cidaun
  • Cijati
  • Cikadu
  • Cikalongkulon
  • Cilaku
  • Cipanas
  • Ciranjang
  • Cugenang
  • Gekbrong
  • Haurwangi
  • Kadupandak
  • Karangtengah
  • Leles
  • Mande
  • Naringgul
  • Pacet
  • Pagelaran
  • Pasirkuda
  • Sindangbarang
  • Sukaluyu
  • Sukanagara
  • Sukaresmi
  • Takokak
  • Tanggeung
  • Warungkondang

Mount Padang

A terracing structure, although local people mention it as pyramid is lying on Mount Padang, 31 kilometer from Cianjur through Warung Kondang. It is the biggest Megalithic Site in Southeast Asia.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Megahnya Situs Megalith Gunung Padang Cianjur". Retrieved February 9, 2012. 
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