Provinciile Indoneziei

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Din punct de vedere administrativ Indonezia este alcătuită din 33 de provincii, cinici dintre acestea au statut special. Fiecare provincie are propria legislatură și propriul guvernator. Fiecare provincie este divizată în kabupaten și orașe (kota), acestea sunt alcătuite din districte (kecamatan), acestea din urmă fiind, la rândul lor, alcătuite din sate (fie desa sau kelurahan).

Harta provinciilor Indoneziei


Provinciile Indoneziei[1]
Stema Provincia ISO[2] Capitală Populație Supaf. (km²) Densitate Regiunea Orațe Kabupaten Districte Sate
Aceh COA.svg Aceh ID-AC Banda Aceh 4,476,941 57,956 77 Sumatra 4 19 275 6,420
Bali COA.svg Bali ID-BA Denpasar 3,586,687 5,780 621 Nusa Tenggara 1 8 57 698
Bangka belitung coa.png Bangka-Belitung ID-BB Pangkal Pinang 1,043,347 16,424 64 Sumatra 1 6 43 361
Banten coa.png Banten ID-BT Serang 9,263,642 9,662 659 Java 4 4 154 1,530
Bengkulu coa.png Bengkulu ID-BE Bengkulu 1,665,314 19,919 84 Sumatra 1 9 116 1,442
Central Java COA.svg Java Centrală ID-JT Semarang 35,885,955 32,800 1094 Java 6 29 573 8,577
Coat of arms of Central Kalimantan.png Kalimantanul Central ID-KT Palangkaraya 2,138,717 153,564 14 Kalimantan 1 13 120 1,439
Central Sulawesi coa.png Sulawesi Central ID-ST Palu 2,514,912 61,841 41 Sulawesi 1 10 147 1,712
Coat of arms of East Java.svg Java de Est ID-JI Surabaya 39,560,771 47,799 828 Java 9 29 662 8,502
Coat of Arms of East Kalimantan.svg Kalimantanul de Est ID-KI Samarinda 3,210,407 204,534 16 Kalimantan 4 10 136 1,404
East Nusa Tenggara COA.svg Nusa Tenggara de Est ID-NT Kupang 4,474,954 48,718 92 Nusa Tenggara 1 20 286 2,775
Coat of arms of Gorontalo.png Gorontalo ID-GO Gorontalo 1,060,391 11,257 94 Sulawesi 1 5 65 595
Jakarta COA.svg Regiunea Specială a Capitalei Jakarta ID-JK Jakarta 8,489,909 664 12,786 Java 5 1 44 267
Jambi symbol.jpg Jambi ID-JA Jambi 2,840,295 50,058 57 Sumatra 2 9 128 1,319
Lampung coa.png Lampung ID-LA Bandar Lampung 7,821,244 34,623 226 Sumatra 2 12 206 2,358
Maluku coa.png Maluku ID-MA Ambon 1,499,981 46,914 32 Maluku Islands 2 9 76 898
North Maluku coa.png Maluku de Nord ID-MU Sofifi 996,003 31,982 31 Maluku Islands 2 7 109 1,041
North Sulawesi coa.png Sulawesi de Nord ID-SA Manado 2,242,366 13,851 162 Sulawesi 4 11 150 1,510
North Sumatra coa.png Sumatra de Nord ID-SU Medan 13,712,660 72,981 188 Sumatra 8 25 408 5,649
Papua COA.svg Papua ID-PA Jayapura 2,515,846 319,036 8 Western New Guinea 1 28 330 3,583
Riau COA.svg Riau ID-RI Pekanbaru 4,546,267 87,023 52 Sumatra 2 10 153 1,500
Lambang Riau Kepulauan.jpeg Insulele Riau ID-KR Tanjung Pinang 1,788,204 8,201 208 Sumatra 2 5 59 331
Southeast Sulawesi COA.svg Sulawesi de Sud-Est ID-SG Kendari 1,934,973 38,067 51 Sulawesi 2 10 199 1,843
South Kalimantan coa.jpg Kalimantanul de Sud ID-KS Banjarmasin 3,624,132 38,744 96 Kalimantan 2 11 151 1,973
South Sulawesi coa.png Sulawesi de Sud ID-SN Makassar 7,044,034 46,717 151 Sulawesi 3 26 301 2,874
South Sumatra COA.svg Sumatra de Sud ID-SS Palembang 7,466,704 91,592 86 Sumatra 4 11 217 2,869
West Java coa.png Java de Vest ID-JB Bandung 41,609,110 35,377 1176 Java 9 17 625 5,827
West Kalimantan coa.png Kalimantanul de Vest ID-KB Pontianak 4,447,121 147,307 30 Kalimantan 2 12 175 1,777
West Nusa Tenggara coa.png Nusa Tenggara de Vest ID-NB Mataram 4,339,847 18,572 234 Nusa Tenggara 2 8 116 913
Lambang Provinsi Papua Barat.gif Papua de Vest ID-PB[3] Manokwari 773,479 97,024 8 Western New Guinea 1 10 149 1,291
West Sulawesi coa.png Sulawesi de Vest ID-SR Mamuju 1,225,173 16,787 73 Sulawesi 0 5 66 564
West Sumatra coa.svg Sumatra de Vest ID-SB Padang 4,629,001 42,012 110 Sumatra 7 12 169 964
Yogyakarta COA.svg Regiunea Specială Yogyakarta ID-YO Yogyakarta 3,566,132 3,133 234 Java 1 4 78 438

Referințe[modificare | modificare sursă]

  1. ^ http://www.depdagri.go.id/pages/data-wilayah
  2. ^ ISO 3166-2:ID (ISO 3166-2 codes for the provinces of Indonesia)
  3. ^ West Papua was created from the western portion of Papua province in February, 2003, initially under the name of Irian Jaya Barat, and was renamed Papua Barat (West Papua) on 2007-02-07. The split remains controversial. In November 2004, an Indonesian court agreed that the split violated Papua's autonomy laws. However, the court ruled that because the new province had already been created, it should remain separate from Papua. The ruling also prohibited the creation of another proposed province, Central Irian Jaya, because the split was not yet completed. As of June, 2008, an ISO 3166-2 code has not yet been published for West Papua. If one were to follow precedent, it would be ID-PB. Note: ISO 3166-2 Newsletter II-1 (corrected 2010-02-19) page 18-19 confirms this as ID-PB. see http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_3166-2_newsletter_ii-1_corrected_2010-02-19.pdf . The code ID-IJ now refers to the larger geographical region including Papua and West Papua.