Yogyakarta

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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.
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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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The Yang di-Pertuan Agong and Raja Permaisuri Agong will also head to Yogyakarta to have a meeting with the Sultan of Yogyakarta and the Yogyakarta Special Region Governor, Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X and visit several historical places there.
Similar declines occurred in the Yogyakarta Special Region as a whole (from 16.08 to 14.91 per cent) during the same period, and nationally (12.49 to 11.22 per cent).
Sudarto noted that the organisations that mobilised the masses to put pressure on the central government in Jakarta to give Yogyakarta special region status sometimes used these preman as enforcers.