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Yog·ya·kar·ta

 (yŏg′yə-kär′tə, jôk′jä-, jŏk′yə-) or Jog·ja·kar·ta (jŏg′yə-, jôk′jä-)
A city of southern Java, Indonesia, southeast of Jakarta. Founded in 1749, it is a major cultural center known for its dance and drama festivals.

Yogyakarta

(ˌjəʊɡjɑːˈkɑːtɑː; ˌjɒɡ-)
n
(Placename) a city in S Indonesia, in central Java: seat of government of Indonesia (1946–49); university (1949). Pop: 396 711 (2000). Former spellings: Jogjakarta or Jokjakarta
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