Synonyms for cianjur or Related words with cianjur

tasikmalaya              sumedang              sukabumi              probolinggo              garut              purwakarta              jombang              brebes              pasuruan              tulungagung              bondowoso              blora              indramayu              banyuwangi              wonogiri              grobogan              lumajang              purworejo              banyumas              boyolali              pekalongan              majalengka              nganjuk              purbalingga              karawang              tuban              magelang              trenggalek              pacitan              situbondo              temanggung              ciamis              ngawi              langkat              sragen              bukittinggi              karanganyar              wonosobo              sukoharjo              bangkalan              magetan              pandeglang              banjarnegara              ketapang              bojonegoro              pamekasan              mamuju              tabanan              salatiga              cimahi             



Examples of "cianjur"
At least 11 houses were covered by a landslide in Cianjur.
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Cianjur () is a town and district in the West Java province of Indonesia, and is the capital of Cianjur Regency. The town of Cianjur is located along one of the main roads between Jakarta (120 km to the northwest) and Bandung (60 km to the east). The population was 158,125 at the 2010 Census. Because of its location, some of Cianjur's residents commute to work either in Bandung or in Jakarta.
Cianjur Regency is divided into 32 districts ("kecamatan"), listed below with their populations at the 2010 Census.
Cianjur Regency is a regency "(kabupaten)" of West Java, Indonesia. The area of the regency is 3,840.16 km and its population at the 2010 Census was 2,171,281; the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) is 2,335,024. The town of Cianjur is its capital.
Indonesian National Route 11 is a road in the national route system that is located in the Banten and West Java province, and connects Labuhan, Pandeglang Regency, Banten on the western end, and Cianjur, Cianjur Regency, West Java in the eastern end.
Cipanas District is a district in Cianjur Regency in West Java, Indonesia. It had a population of 103,911 at the 2010 Census. It consists of 7 villages:
Abu Dujana ( ; born Ainul Bahri in Cianjur, West Java, 1968) was the military leader of Jemaah Islamiah from 2005 until June 2007 when he was arrested.
The "Mandalawangi" peak of the mountain is a tripoint where the borders of Bogor, Cianjur and Sukabumi Regency meet. It is the second highest mountain in West Java after Mount Cereme. Mount Pangrango ranked 26th of the Ribus of Indonesia with topographic prominence of . The mountain is clearly seen from Bogor & Sukabumi, while it is slightly obscured by the neighboring Mount Gede if seen from Cianjur. On a very clear day it can be seen from Jakarta.
Cianjur was founded in 1677, with the first head of the town being R. A. Wiratanudatar I, entitled Dalem Cikundul, as the descendant from the old Sundanese kingdom of Pajajaran.
Jinarakkhita died on Thursday 18 April 2002 in Pluit Hospital, North Jakarta. His ashes and relics were brought back to Sakyavanaram Temple at Cipendawa Cliff, Pacet, Cianjur (between Jakarta and Bandung), West Java, where Jinarakkhita lived.
Mochtar was born in Cianjur, West Java, in 1918. He was a Javanese of "priyayi" (noble) descent. He did his elementary school studies at a Taman Siswa school in Bandung.
A terracing structure, although local people mention it as a pyramid, lies on Mount Padang, 31 kilometer from Cianjur through Warung Kondang. It is the biggest Megalithic Site in Southeast Asia.
A step pyramid in Salebu village, Majenang District, Cilacap Regency which has been founded in 1800s, currently is called Gunung Padang, the same as (in imitation of) the site in Cianjur.
Atep Ahmad Rizal or Atep (born 5 June 1985 in Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia) is an Indonesian professional footballer who currently play for Persib Bandung in the Indonesia Super League.
Lie was born in Buitenzorg (now Bogor), West Java, on 1 November 1853, the first child of seven born to Lie Hian Tjouw and his second wife Oey Tjiok Nio. The elder Lie had four children from a previous marriage, with Lie Kim Hok his first child from the new marriage. The well-to-do "peranakan" Chinese couple was living in Cianjur at the time but went to Buitenzorg, Lie Hian Tjouw's hometown, for the birth as they had family there. The family soon returned to Cianjur, where Lie Kim Hok was homeschooled in Chinese tradition and the local Sundanese culture and language. By age seven he could haltingly read Sundanese and Malay.
Istana Cipanas (; meaning Cipanas Palace), is one of the six presidential palaces of Republic of Indonesia. It is located in Cipanas, West Java, Indonesia near a highway connecting Jakarta and Bandung through Puncak. Located approximately from Jakarta, or about from the city of Cianjur. Cipanas Palace is located in the village of Cipanas in Cianjur Regency, at the foot of Mount Gede and at an altitude of above sea level. The building stands on an area of approximately , with the area of the building approximately .
Tembang sunda, also called "seni mamaos cianjuran", or just cianjuran, is a form of sung poetry which arose in the colonial-era of Cianjur. It was first known as an aristocratic art; one cianjuran composer was R.A.A. Kusumahningrat (Dalem Pancaniti), ruler of Cianjur (1834–1862). The instruments of Cianjuran are kacapi indung, kacapi rincik and suling or bamboo flute, and rebab for salendro compositions. The lyrics are typically sung in free verse, but a more modern version, panambih, is metrical. It is usually the drums.
The total surface area of this area is approximately a little less than 1/6 of Java. "Parahyangan" is bordered in the West by the "kabupaten" of Cianjur, in the North by those of Karawang and Indramayu, in the North-East by those of Majalengka and Kuningan, in the East by the Tasikmalaya.
The pass connects the city of Bogor and Bandung, and is spread within the regencies of Bogor, Cianjur, and Sukabumi. Puncak Pass is located on the ridge to the north of Mt.Gede-Pangrango. The highest point of the pass is about 1500 m altitude.