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    Indonesian language

    The Republic of Indonesia is a country belonging to Asia, whose capital is Jakarta. It has a population of 260 million inhabitants (4th) and an area of ​​1,904,569 km 2 (14th). Its human development index is medium (116th) and its official currency is the Indonesian rupiah. And what language do they speak in Indonesia? What language do they speak in indonesia? Indonesia has only one official language, Indonesian. But, despite having only one official language, the linguistic variety of Indonesia is one of the largest in the world, being the second country on the planet with the highest number of…

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  • Indonesian history

    Brief history of Indonesia summarized A brief look at Indonesian history, in a nutshell. Indonesia in ancient times The history of Indonesia begins when the first settlers arrived about 40,000 years ago, when the sea level was lower and it was linked to Asia by a land bridge. Then, at the end of the last ice age, around 10,000 BC, a new wave of people arrived. At first they hunted animals, gathered shellfish and plants for food. Around 2,500 BC they learned to cultivate taro, bananas, millet and rice. Early farmers also made pottery, but all of their tools were…

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  • Indonesian traditions and customs

    What traditions and customs are there in Indonesia? We discover the customs and traditions of Indonesia, in Asia. Gastronomy Food in daily life Indonesian cuisine reflects regional, ethnic, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Western influences, as well as the quality and quantity of food consumed on a daily basis, and the diversity varies greatly by socioeconomic class, season, and ecological conditions. Rice is a staple in most regional cuisine and the center of Indonesian cuisine in general. (Government employees receive monthly rice rations in addition to wages.) The rice is accompanied by side dishes of meat, fish, eggs and vegetables…

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