Karawang

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Karawang
Karawang/Krawang/Karawaan
Motto: Karawang Interasih
Karawang is located in Indonesia
Karawang
Karawang
Location of Karawang in Indonesia
Coordinates: 6°18′0″S 107°0′0″E / 6.30000°S 107.00000°E / -6.30000; 107.00000
Country Indonesia
Province West Java
Government
 • Mayor dr. Cellica Nurrachadiana
Area
 • Total 61.71 km2 (auto sq mi)
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)
ZIP Code 41313
Website http://www.karawangkab.go.id

Karawang (Kota Karawang or Karawang Kota) is the capital of the Karawang Regency of West Java, Indonesia. It is 32 miles east of Jakarta.

Karawang is known as a major rice production source in West Java.

History

In March 2010 Karawang suffered severe flooding with 10,747 houses flooded; 11,540 families and 44,071 people were affected.[1]

Heinrich Christian Macklot, a German naturalist, was killed on 12 May 1832 during an insurrection that took place on the island.[2]

Toll road access

KM Toll Road Toll Gate Destination
47 Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road Karawang Barat Karawang, Industrial Complex, Rengasdengklok
54 Karawang Timur Karawang, Klari, Industrial complex

References

  1. ^ HOPE worldwide - Flooding Hits Karawang, Indonesia
  2. ^ "The Eponym Dictionary of Mammals". google.be. 
  • Karawang latitude and longitude
  • karawangklik.com

External links

  • "Mujahiddin robes found in Karawang" The Jakarta Post

Coordinates: 6°18′45″S 107°17′42″E / 6.31250°S 107.29500°E / -6.31250; 107.29500


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