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Bondowoso Regency Bondowoso has 79-100% of humidity. The maximum humidity is 100% and the average humidity is 89%. The wind velocity of Bondowoso is within the range of 0–7 km/hr. The maximum wind velocity is 7 km/hr and the average is 4 km/hr. The temperature of this City is within the range of 17.0 °C-32.3 °C with the average temperature is 24.7 °C.
Bondowoso Regency Furthermore, Bondowoso involves many cultures from different nations. There is a large Arabic community living there for long time, since before the Dutch occupation. They live in a place called "Kampung Arab" (Arabs Compound) on Imam Bonjol Street.
Persebo Bondowoso Persebo was founded on 1970. They managed to get promoted to the Liga Indonesia Second Division in 2010 after beating PSIK Klaten 3–1. In 2012, they won promotion to the Liga Indonesia Premier Division. When their facing Indonesia Soccer Championship B in 2016, Persebo move their homebase - to the Serasan Sekate Stadium in the Musi Banyuasin, South Sumatra. Because Semeru Stadium less qualified. Consequently, by playing in Sumatra, Persebo too Groups 1 after previously placed in Group 2. Persebo exchanged with PS Bengkulu
Persebo Bondowoso Since there is no qualified stadium in Bondowoso for the Liga Indonesia Premier Division, they used Semeru Stadium in Lumajang for the 2014 Liga Indonesia Premier Division. But, when their facing Indonesia Soccer Championship in 2016, Persebo move their homebase - to the Serasan Sekate Stadium in the Musi Banyuasin, South Sumatra. Because Semeru Stadium less qualified.
Persebo Bondowoso The Persebo Bondowoso Crest (left) is used until 2016. Because in 2016, Persebo Bondowoso move their homebase to Musi Banyuasin, South Sumatra and their changed the logo by entering the word "Musi Raya" and "2016".
Bondowoso Regency Bondowoso Regency is a regency in East Java, Indonesia. It covers an area of 1,525.97 km, and had a population of 736,772 at the 2010 Census; the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) is 757,468. The most common languages are Madurese and Javanese, although Madurese is the majority. The nearest large city is Surabaya, approximately five hours' drive away.
Bondowoso Regency Tourist spots include Kawah Ijen, a crater lake. Kawah Ijen is managed jointly by two local governments, Bondowoso Regency and Banyuwangi Regency. In addition to the crater, other tourist destinations in Bondowoso are Tancak Kembar in Pakem and Air Terjun Belawan Sempol. For hiking enthusiasts and those game to view natural scenery, the climb to the crater is around 1.5 to 3 hours (depending on one's fitness). Other spots are Gunung Merapi and waterfalls.
Bondowoso Regency Bondowoso town is known for its dessert, "tape" (pronounced "tah-peh"), to the extent that it is fondly named "Tape city". Essentially, tape is tapioca with a special kind of flour added that acts as a preservative. Medium-sized slices of tape are wrapped in banana leaves and kept in a light container for five days to be fermented. Once opened, the rich intoxicating aroma of the tape giddies the senses. And they are now ready to be consumed.
Bondowoso Regency There are about 1,100 artifacts found in Tanah Wulan village, Bondowoso Regency such as menhir (standing stones), sarcophagus, statues, dolmen (lying stones or tomb tables) and also found some caves. The most found in Indonesia is Batu Kenong for playing music, 400 batu kenong found in some villages and most accessible site is Pekauman Site at kilometer-8 Jember-Bondowoso road.
Persebo Bondowoso Persatuan Sepakbola Bondowoso Musi Raya Football Club is an Indonesian football club based in Musi Banyuasin, South Sumatra. The club currently competes in Indonesia Soccer Championship B. Persebo plays their home matches in the Serasan Sekate Stadium. Their nickname is Laskar Gerbong Maut (Carriages Death) and Laskar Musi (Musi Warriors).