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Tasikmalaya The city is located in the mountainous Preanger region of Java at an elevation of 351 metres (1,151 feet).
Tasikmalaya The population of the city Tasikmalaya according to the census in the year 2005 was 579.671 people, and in 2010 increased to 635.464. For the latest data population of the city increased to 719.528 people in 2015.
Tasikmalaya On 5 April 1982, the volcano of Gunung Galunggung erupted about 24 km from the city, causing major damage through lahar and ash projection, and forcing a temporary evacuation of the area.
Tasikmalaya On 26 June 2010, a Magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Tasikmalaya at 4:45pm Waktu Indonesia Barat (WIB). No injuries or destroyed buildings reported caused by this earthquake
Tasikmalaya The city of Tasikmalaya was the site of a widely reported riot in late December 1996. Four people were killed and several churches and dozens of mostly Chinese-owned businesses were destroyed in the violence, which was triggered by allegations of police brutality. It was also fueled by frustration with allegedly corrupt local government officials. The event was among the earliest of many riots with religion- and class-based undertones that occurred in Java during the late 1990s.
Tasikmalaya On 2 September 2009 a magnitude 7 earthquake struck, destroying a number of buildings in the city and killing several people.
Tasikmalaya On 20 May 2012, a Magnitude 5 earthquake struck. Earthquake happened at 07:37pm Waktu Indonesia Barat (WIB). No injuries or destroyed buildings reported.
Tasikmalaya A toll road is planned to be built in 2018 connecting Tasikmalaya and Bandung's Ring Road 2.
Tasikmalaya Tasikmalaya () is a city in West Java province, Indonesia. The city is sometimes dubbed "the City of a Thousand Pesantrens" for its abundance of Islamic boarding schools. Located around southeast from the provincial capital of Bandung, Tasikmalaya is passed by Indonesian National Route 3.
Tasikmalaya The population of the city (excluding the Tasikmalaya Regency, which surrounds the city to the west, south and east) was 635,464 according to the 2010 Census, the latest official (as at 2015) is 719,528. Its built-up ("or metro") area made of Tasikmalaya City and 14 districts spread on Tasikmalaya and Ciamis regencies was home to 1,339,891 inhabitants as of 2010 census.