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Cianjur, Cianjur Regency After being dormant for about 2 years, the train called "Siliwangi" between Sukabumi and Cianjur was reactivated on 8 February 2014. It is faster than the buses which are usually trapped in traffic jams, but the cost of a train ticket is double that of using buses.
Cianjur, Cianjur Regency More than 75 people were killed in the earthquake of 2 September 2009.
Cianjur, Cianjur Regency Cianjur () is a town and district in the West Java province of Indonesia, and is the capital of Cianjur Regency. The town of Cianjur is located along one of the main roads between Jakarta (120 km to the northwest) and Bandung (60 km to the east). The population was 158,125 at the 2010 Census. Because of its location, some of Cianjur's residents commute to work either in Bandung or in Jakarta.
Cianjur, Cianjur Regency Cianjur was founded in 1677, with the first head of the town being R. A. Wiratanudatar I, entitled Dalem Cikundul, as the descendant from the old Sundanese kingdom of Pajajaran.
Cianjur, Cianjur Regency The road on which Cianjur is located used to be the main (extremely busy) road from Jakarta to Bandung but was in effect replaced as the main road link between these two main cities when the Jakarta-Bandung tollroad was fully completed in 2005.
Cianjur, Cianjur Regency The district mainly produces agricultural products, especially rice, and it has been known as the major source of rice production for the heavily populated Java island besides Karawang.
Cianjur Regency A terracing structure, although local people mention it as a pyramid, lies on Mount Padang, 31 kilometer from Cianjur through Warung Kondang. It is the biggest Megalithic Site in Southeast Asia.
Cianjur Regency Cianjur Regency is a regency "(kabupaten)" of West Java, Indonesia. The area of the regency is 3,840.16 km and its population at the 2010 Census was 2,171,281; the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) is 2,335,024. The town of Cianjur is its capital.
Cianjur Regency Cianjur Regency is divided into 32 districts ("kecamatan"), listed below with their populations at the 2010 Census.
2009 West Java earthquake At least 11 houses were covered by a landslide in Cianjur.