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Su·ra·kar·ta

 (so͝or′ə-kär′tə)
A city of south-central Java, Indonesia, east of Bandung. It is a market and processing center noted for its vast walled palace built by the former sultans of the region.
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Surakarta

(ˌsʊərəˈkɑːtə)
n
(Placename) a town in Indonesia, on central Java: textile manufacturing. Pop: 516 500 (1995 est). Former spelling: Soerakarta
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Su•ra•kar•ta

(ˌsʊər əˈkɑr tə)

n.
a city on central Java, in central Indonesia. 504,176. Formerly, Solo.
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