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Batang Regency People in Batang are mostly Javanese who speak both Javanese and Indonesian.
Batang Regency The regency comprises both coastal and mountainous landscapes. Batang's town centre is located on the side of the north coast trans Java highway network, widely known as "the Pantura". Economic activities are concentrated along this highway and also in the vicinity of the town square known as "alun-alun". In the middle of the square, there is a huge old ficus tree which has become one of the Regency's icons.
Batang Regency Goenawan Mohamad - democracy activist, writer and also prominent national press figure, was born in Batang.
Batang Regency The Regency consists of 15 districts ("kecamatan"), namely: Batang the town (the capital of the whole Regency), Bandar, Bawang, Blado, Gringsing, Limpung, Reban, Subah, Tersono, Tulis, Warungasem, Wonotunggal, Pecalungan, Kandeman and Banyuputih.
Batang Regency Batang Regency ("Kabupaten Batang") is a regency () on the north coast of Central Java province in Indonesia. Its capital is Batang, about 100 km west of the province's capital city of Semarang.
Batang Regency Every "Jumat Kliwon" night (the night before a particular Friday, which coincides with the mystical fifth day of Kliwon of the Javanese calendar) people gather in the town square, creating a monthly festival with hundreds of street vendors selling goods. It occurs every 35 days.
2014 Liga Indonesia First Division "All matches played in Batang Regency, Central Java."
Batang, Batang Batang is the capital of Batang Regency, Indonesia.
2016 Liga Nusantara This group will be held in Jenderal Hoegeng Stadium, Pekalongan and Moh Sarengat Stadium, Batang Regency.
2014 Liga Indonesia First Division "All matches played in Batang Regency, Central Java and Kuningan Regency, West Java."