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Trenggalek (district) Kecamatan Trenggalek is a district ("kecamatan") in East Java, Indonesia. It serves as the government and economic centre of Trenggalek Regency.
Trenggalek Regency This regency has an area of 1,261.40 km an has a population of 674,521 residents as of 2010. It is located on the southern shore of East Java and is surrounded by three regencies: Ponorogo to the northwest; Pacitan to the southwest; and Tulungagung to the east.
Trenggalek Regency Trenggalek is a regency that is located on the southern shore of Java island and has the following geographical boundaries:
Persiga Trenggalek Persiga, an acronym for Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Trenggalek is an Indonesian football club based in Trenggalek, East Java. In media, the tautology Persiga Trenggalek is often used.
Trenggalek Regency Trenggalek is a regency "(kabupaten)" in East Java, Indonesia. The central government is located in "Trenggalek Kota", which literally means "Trenggalek City".
Trenggalek Regency Trenggalek has countless of beautiful tourism objects, even some of them are still virgin. They consists of beaches ("pantai"), which is the most popular one, caves, and awe-inspiring mountain ranges.
LAPAN LSU-02 In 2016, an LSU-02 was used to photograph 300 km of the coastline south of Java Island, as part of a data collection project to update mapping of the territorial coastline of Indonesia. The LSU-02 photographed Java's southern coastline, starting from Parangtritis, Yogyakarta, to Popoh Beach, Trenggalek, East Java. Photographing continued on Pacitan beach, East Java on its 100 km coastline.
Soeprapto (prosecutor) Soeprapto was born in Trenggalek, East Java, Dutch East Indies on 27 March 1894 to Hadiwiloyo, a tax collector, and his wife. He took his elementary studies at a Europesche Lagere School, then considered better than schools for Native Indonesians, eventually graduating in 1914. He then moved to Batavia (modern day Jakarta), where he studied at Rechtschool with future state minister Wongsonegoro.
Indonesian National Route 3 Cilegon – Anyer – Carita – Labuan – Simpang Labuan - Cibaliung – Muara Binuangeun – Bayah – Cibareno – Cisolok – Pelabuhan Ratu – Bagbagan – Cikembang – Cibadak - Cisaat - Sukabumi – Gekbrong - Cianjur – Citarum - Rajamandala - Padalarang – Bandung – Cileunyi – Nagreg – Limbangan - Malangbong – Rajapolah – Ancol – Ciawi – Ciamis – Majenang – Karangpucung - Wangon – Rawalo - Sampang - Buntu – Kebumen – Prembun - Kutoarjo - Purworejo – Karangnongko - Temon - Wates – Milir - Sentolo - Yogyakarta – Piyungan - Gading - Wonosari – Semanu – Ponjong – Pracimantoro – Donorojo – Punung – Pringkuku – Pacitan – Panggul – Dongko - Trenggalek – Tulungagung – Blitar – Wlingi – Kepanjen – Gondanglegi – Dampit - Lumajang – Wonorejo – Tanggul - Rambipuji – Jember – Mayang - Sumberjati - Genteng - Wonorekso - Rogojampi - Banyuwangi – Ketapang
East Java Culture and customs of Javanese in the western part of East Java received a lot of influence from the Middle Javanese, so this area is known as Mataraman; indicate that the area was once the territory of the Sultanate of Mataram. The area includes the former residency of Madiun (Madiun, Ngawi, Magetan, Ponorogo, Pacitan), ex-residency Kediri (Kediri, Tulungagung, Blitar, Trenggalek, Nganjuk), and part of Bojonegoro. As is the case in Central Java, wayang kulit, and Ketoprak quite popular in this region.