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  • My name is HarriyadiIrawanIndonesia is my country
  • Welcome to Indonesia Video from Visit Indonesia 2008Indonesia-When butterfiles Come. October 23, 2008. besdestination. [Video] Youtube. January 18, 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGoGP7vp9DI&feature=fvw
  • Indonesia’s Pancasila: The word itself is derived from two Sanskrit words (old Java language), the first word is "panca" which means of five, and "sila" means of principles. In Indonesia’s language or bahasa people know Pancasila as “Lima Dasar” created the unity in diversity. These principles are being foundation of daily life in Indonesia in colorful beliefs and cultures. Pancasila officially being Indonesia’s symbol since Augustus 18, 1945 but Pancasila itself was born on June 1, 1945 when Soekarno sent the first draft of Pancasila to Investigation Committee for Independence Efforts.The Indonesia’s Pancasila tents of the symbols are:Bird of Garuda with head faced to the right: Meaning that every single attitude of the government and citizen will reflect the right things, good for everyone.Seventeen feathers of wings, eight feathers of tails, and 45 feathers of neck bird reflection about Indonesia’s Independence Day on August 17, 1945.Shield on the cheese of bird has contain five tenets of the philosophy are:Belief in the one and only God (Star).Just and Civilized Humanity (Oak).The unity of Indonesia (Chain).Democracy guided by consensus arising out of deliberations amongst representatives (Bull).Social justice for the whole of the people of Indonesia ( Paddy and fleece).Band with Bhinneka Tunggal Ika word is the official national motto of Indonesia. The phrase is from old Javanese translated as "Unity in Diversity”.
  • GeographyArea: 2 million sq. km. (736,000 sq. mi.), about three times the size of Texas; maritime area: 7,900,000 sq. km.Cities: Capital--Jakarta (est. 8.8 million). Other cities--Surabaya 3.0 million, Medan 2.5 million, Bandung 2.5 million.Terrain: More than 17,500 islands; 6,000 are inhabited; 1,000 of which are permanently settled. Large islands consist of coastal plains with mountainous interiors.Climate: Equatorial but cooler in the highlands.300 tribes-400 Languages
  • GeographyArea: 2 million sq. km. (736,000 sq. mi.), about three times the size of Texas; maritime area: 7,900,000 sq. km.Cities: Capital--Jakarta (est. 8.8 million). Other cities--Surabaya 3.0 million, Medan 2.5 million, Bandung 2.5 million.Terrain: More than 17,500 islands; 6,000 are inhabited; 1,000 of which are permanently settled. Large islands consist of coastal plains with mountainous interiors.Climate: Equatorial but cooler in the highlands.
  • Indonesia has more than 400 volcanoes and 130 of them, including active volcanoes. Part of the volcano is located on the sea floor and are not visible from the surface of the sea. Indonesia is a meeting place, a series of 2 active volcanoes (Ring of Fire). There are
  • Toba Lake is a 100kms x 30kms volcanic lake in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Toba Lake has become one of the main tourist attractions for a long time in North Sumatra apart from Bukit Lawang and Nias, visited by both domestic and foreign tourist.
  • Indonesia divided by time
  • Indonesia is the second place country that have a lot of flora after Brazil. Indonesia has 37,000 species of high trees. Around 155.475 to 183.025 we can found in other country. The rest it becomes endemic. So, Endemic Flora in Indonesia around 14.800 to 18.500s species.
  • In Indonesia there is 2.827 animals exclude water or sea animals. Around 848 are endemics.Indonesia is a country with endemism (endemic level) is high. It is estimated there are over 165 species of mammals, 397 species of birds, more than 150 reptiles, and more than 100 recorded species of amphibians are endemic in Indonesia.
  • Indonesia is a country with endemism (endemic level) is high. It is estimated there are over 165 species of mammals, 397 species of birds, more than 150 reptiles, and more than 100 recorded species of amphibians are endemic in Indonesia.
  • Indonesia is the country with the largest ethnic group in the world. There are more than 740 tribes / ethnic groups, where in Papua alone there are 270 tribesA Countries with the largest regional languages​​, namely, 583 languages ​​and dialects of the 67 main languages ​​used by various tribes in Indonesia. National language is Indonesian, although local languages ​​with the largest number of users in Indonesia is the Java language.
  • Indonesia’sNational Foods . . Sate, Soto, Nasi Padang, Ayam Rica Rica
  • Of the  890 objects with world heritage status  11 were Indonesian with four of them in the nature,  three in the  culture and  four in the  intangible culture categories. The Indonesian natural heritages consist of Ujung Kulon National Park in Banten Province, Komodo National Park in East Nusa Tenggara, Lorentz National Park in West Papua province, and Sumatran tropical forests comprising the GunungLeuser, KerinciSablat and Bukit Barisan national parks.The three cultural heritages are the Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple, and Sangiran Pre-historical site. The intangible world heritages from Indonesia were the wayang  and keris which were recognized as masterpieces of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity in 2003 and 2005, and also batik as a tangible cultural heritage of humanity in 2009.
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  • Currency is Rupiah:1. Zimbabwe dollar USD: 256,585,0002. Somalia SOS Shilling USD: 33,0003. Vietnam VND Dong USD: 19,487.704. São Tomé and Príncipe STD Dobra USD: 18,260.005. Iran IRR Rial USD: 10, 349.596. Indonesia IDR Rupiah USD: 8,750.00
  • CAPITAL CITY JAKARTAJakarta Special Capital Region (DKI Jakarta) is the capital of Indonesia. It was the only one in Indonesia that have status at the provincial. Jakarta is located in the western part of the Java sea. Previously been known by the name of SundaKelapa / Kalapa (before 1527), Jayakarta (1527-1619), Batavia (1619-1942), and Djakarta (1942-1972). In 2004, the width is about 740 km ² and population of 8,792,000 inhabitants [2]. Jakarta metropolitan Jabotabek together with approximately 23 million people is the largest metropolitan area in India or the world order in the sixth. Jabotabek area has now integrated with the Bandung Raya, where megapolisJabotabek-Bandung Raya covers about 30 million people, a place in this region megapolis second world, after Tokyo megapolis. At this time the entrance to the Jakarta International Soekarno-Hatta Airport and Port of TanjungPriok. Since 2004 under the leadership of Governor Sutiyoso, Jakarta has integrated transportation, known as Transjakarta. In addition to the state palace, Jakarta is also the headquarters of Bank Indonesia and the Indonesia Stock Exchange.
  • JAKARTA CITY Position 6 12 S 106 48 EPopulation (2010 ) : 9.580.000*Area : 285.28 km2Metro Area : 24.094.000
  • Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world. The number of Muslims in Indonesia around 216 million people or 88% of the population of Indonesia. Also has the largest number of mosques and the State of origin of the world's largest pilgrims. Buddhist monument (temple) in the world is a temple of Borobudur in Central Java with a height 42 meters (10 levels) and long relief more than 1 km. Estimated to be over 40 years by a dynasty dynasty in the ancient Mataram kingdom (750-850). Indonesia has the most shark species are 150 species. Coral Reef (Coral Reef), Indonesia is the richest (18% of world total).RafflesiaArnoldii is the largest flower in the world live in Sumatera. Endangered animals on the island of Komodo dragons left only NTT is the largest lizard species in the world. with an average body length reaches up to 3.13 meters and weighing up to 165 kg.
  • Thank you and see you in Indonesia..
  • My Presentation of Indonesia

    1. 1. HarriyadiIrawan<br />indonesia<br />
    2. 2. Indonesia greetings<br />
    3. 3. SYMBOL OF COUNTRY<br />Indonesia’s Pancasila: The word itself is derived from two Sanskrit words (old Java language), the first word is "panca" which means of five, and "sila" means of principles. In Indonesia’s language or bahasa people know Pancasila as “Lima Dasar” created the unity in diversity. These principles are being foundation of daily life in Indonesia in colorful beliefs and cultures. Pancasila officially being Indonesia’s symbol since Augustus 18, 1945 but Pancasila itself was born on June 1,1945 when Soekarno sent the first draft of Pancasila to Investigation Committee for Independence Efforts.<br />http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2748.htm<br />
    4. 4. GeographyArea: 2 million sq. km. (736,000 sq. mi.), about three times the size of Texas; maritime area: 7,900,000 sq. km.Cities: Capital--Jakarta (est. 8.8 million). Other cities--Surabaya 3.0 million, Medan 2.5 million, Bandung 2.5 million.<br />Terrain: More than 17,500 islands; 6,000 are inhabited; 1,000 of which are permanently settled. Large islands consist of coastal plains with mountainous interiors.Climate: Equatorial but cooler in the highlands.<br />http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2748.htm<br />
    5. 5. Archipelago<br />Komodo Island, Flores, NTT<br />Nangapanda, Flores, NTT<br />Bunaken, North Sulawesi<br />Bali Island, Bali<br />http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2748.htm<br />
    6. 6. record highest volcanoes in the world<br />Indonesia has more than 400 volcanoes and 130 of them, including active volcanoes. Part of the volcano is located on the sea floor and are not visible from the surface of the sea. Indonesia is a meeting place, a series of 2 active volcanoes (Ring of Fire). There are dozens of active fault in the area of Indonesia. <br />www.indonesia.travel/en/discover-indonesia/florafauna<br />
    7. 7. History eruptions<br />Hiroshima Bom Atom <br />Victims: 75,000 People<br />0,015 megaton<br />Eruption: Dec 27, 1883<br />Karakatoa Volcanoes<br />Victims: +/- 10,000 people<br />150 megaton .<br />Eruption: 73,000 years ago<br />Toba Super volcanoes<br />Victims: World population is decrease and only about 30,000 people survive<br />~~<br />www.indonesia.travel/en/discover-indonesia/florafauna<br />
    8. 8. Indonesia TIME<br />0<br />+2<br />+1<br />00:00 WIB<br />01:00 WITA<br />02:00 WIT<br />http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2748.htm<br />
    9. 9. Endemic flora<br />Rafflesiaarnoldii in Sumatera<br />Cendana (Santalum album) in Nusa Tenggara<br />Black Orchid (Coelogynepandurata) in Borneo<br />Bunga bangkai (Amorphophalus titanum) in Sumatera<br />www.indonesia.travel/en/discover-indonesia/florafauna<br />
    10. 10. Endemic fauna<br />Anoa Pegunungan (Bubalus quarlesi) Sulawesi.<br />Bekantan (Nasalis larvatus) Kalimantan.<br />Komodo (Varanuskomodoensis) (P. Komodo).<br />Babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa) Sulawesi.<br />Burung Kakatua Putih (Cacatua alba) Maluku Utara.<br />BurungCenderawasih (Paradisea sp.) di Papua.<br />www.indonesia.travel/en/discover-indonesia/florafauna<br />
    11. 11. Endemic fauna<br />Orang Utan Kalimantan (Pongo pygmaeus) in Borneo<br />Kukang Java (Nycticebusjavanicus) pulau Java<br />BurungRangkong (Buceros rhinoceros) in Borneo<br />Arowana Dragon in Borneo<br />www.indonesia.travel/en/discover-indonesia/florafauna<br />
    12. 12. Clothes and Houses<br />
    13. 13. music Instruments<br />Indonesia Rebab<br />Sasando from East Nusa Tenggara <br />Saluang from West Sumatra<br />Gamelan from Bali and Java<br />Siterfrom Javanese<br />Angklung from Sundanese<br />
    14. 14. national Foods<br />
    15. 15. DANCES<br />Pariang Dance from West Sumatera<br />Legong Dance from Bali<br />Mask Dance from Java<br />Saman Dance from Aceh<br />Peacock Dance from Java<br />PenegUnif Dance from East Borneo<br />
    16. 16. Traditional WEAPONS<br />Badik from South Sulawesi<br />Rencong from Aceh<br />Keris from Java<br />Kujang from Sundanese<br />Mandau from Borneo<br />
    17. 17. WOLD Heritages By UNESCO<br />Borobudur Temple Compounds (1991)<br />Batik (2009)<br />Keris(2005)<br />Prambanan Temple Compounds(1991)<br />Angklung(2010)<br />
    18. 18. EXCOTIC PLACES<br />Begudul Bali<br />Bromo, Central Java<br />Kelimutu Lake 3 Colors<br />Ninth level Water fall, Bengkulu<br />Bunaken, North Sulawesi<br />
    19. 19. Rupiah Currency<br />$ 1. = +/- Rp. 8,750<br />Lowest Currency Exchange:<br />1. Zimbabwe dollar USD: 256,585,000<br />2. Somalia SOS Shilling USD: 33,000<br />3. Vietnam VND Dong USD: 19,487.704. São Tomé and Príncipe STD Dobra USD: 18,260.005. Iran IRR Rial USD: 10, 349.596. Indonesia IDR Rupiah USD: 8,750.00<br />
    20. 20. EVERTHINGS HERE<br />CAPITAL CITY JAKARTA<br />Is Capital City of Indonesia, Jakarta was known with following names asSundaKelapa (397-1527), Jayakarta (1527-1619), Batavia (1619-1942), and Djakarta (1942-1972)<br />
    21. 21. Position 6 12 S 106 48 E<br />Population (2010 ) : 9.580.000*<br />Area : 285.28 km2<br />Metro Area : 24.094.000 <br />JAKARTA CITY <br />
    22. 22. Facts about Indonesia:<br /><ul><li> Indonesia is the largest Muslim country in the world. The number of Muslims in Indonesia around 216 million people or 88% of the population of Indonesia. Also has the largest number of mosques and the State of origin of the world's largest pilgrims.
    23. 23. Buddhist monument (temple) in the world is a temple of Borobudur in Central Java with a height 42 meters (10 levels) and long relief more than 1 km. Estimated to be over 40 years by a dynasty dynasty in the ancient Mataram kingdom (750-850).
    24. 24. Indonesia has the most shark species are 150 species.
    25. 25. Coral Reef (Coral Reef), Indonesia is the richest (18% of world total).
    26. 26. RafflesiaArnoldii is the largest flower in the world live in Sumatera.
    27. 27. Endangered animals on the island of Komodo dragons left only NTT is the largest lizard species in the world. with an average body length reaches up to 3.13 meters and weighing up to 165 kg.</li></ul>http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2748.htm<br />
    28. 28. Indonesia greetings<br />

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