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UN-Habitat Country Programme Document 2008-2009 – Indonesia
The Republic of Indonesia is an equatorial archipelago of over 17,500 islands (6,000 inhabited) extending about 3,200 miles or 5,150 kilometers East to West and 1,250 miles or 2,012 kilometres North to South.
It is the largest archipelago in the world with 1,919,443 square kilometers or 741,098 square miles divided into 33 provinces.Indonesia is also the fourth largest (and the largest muslim) population in the world with 218,868,791 people (2005 census).
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