Central Java

Covers the central third of the island of , , encompassing the two provinces of Central Java and the Special Region of Yogyakarta. Indonesian is the official language of education and business.

Popular Destinations

Yogyakarta— despite the official spelling, the name is usually pronounced and not uncommonly written Jogjakarta or just Jogja — is a major tourist destination in .

is the capital of province in .

is a Buddhist stupa and temple complex in , dating from the 8th century, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

the short name for Surakarta, is a major city in , .


is a complex of ancient Hindu temples in , .

is a regency and city in , Indonesia.

is a sleepy town in the province of .

is a town in , . It is known for its cool weather and the Merbabu volcano.

is a small town in the mountains south of , in province, .

is a chain of 27 islands north of , off the coast of , .

is a volcano in , looming over the cities of and .

is a small regency and city in , .

is an administrative and military academy city in the mountains in province in Indonesia.

is a coastal town in province, northeast of .

The is an upland volcanic plain in , famous for its scenery and ancient Hindu temples.

is a town in Banyumas Regency, , , close to .

is in . , when is not erupting and making this town…

Central Java

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