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Geographically, Indonesia is an archipelago with more than 18,000 small and large islands. It spreads across 6 North Latitude to 11 South Latitude and from 95to 141 East Longitude. The land territory is around 1,890,000 Km²
Administratively, it is divided into 30 Province, 325 districts, and 91 municipalities. It covers 5,054 subdistricts, 62,080 villages and 6,918 hamlets.
Demographically, the Indonesian population is 214,374,096 people with density 108 people/ Km²  and population growth is 1.59 %. The population density in Java island is higher than that in outside of Java island. 
The percentages of  0 14 years old, 15 64 years old, and  65+ years old are respectively 29.57 %, 65.90 %, and 4.53 %. The dependency ratio is 51.75. In 2003 the Indonesian economic growth was  4.10% and GDP was  8,300,000 Rupiahs. The Percentage if people who can read Latin is 90.07%, those who can read other letters is 0.87 %, and those who are illiterate is 9.07%.
Note : 2 of 30 Provinces in Indonesia have special privilage, first, Province of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (NAD) that implements Islamic law. It suffered from Tsunami in 26 December 2004, and second, Province of Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta (DIY) whose Head of Province is a King of Yogyakarta. It suffered from Earthquake in 27 May 2006.