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Kedu Residency

Kedu Residency (also known as Kedoe and Kedoo) was a colonial administrative unit in Central Java in Java, Indonesia.

It contained the areas which are now the Kebumen, Wonosobo, Temanggung, Purworejo and Magelang regencies (including Magelang city). It was adjacent to the Banyumas (to the west), and Semarang (to the north) residencies.

Name Capital Area (km²) Population
2000 Census
Population
2005 estimate
Population
2010 Census
Population
2014 estimate
Kebumen Regency Kebumen 1,211.74 1,166,604 1,196,304 1,159,926 1,174,153
Temanggung Regency Temanggung 837.71 665,470 687,901 708,546 717,236
Purworejo Regency Purworejo 1,091.49 704,063 712,851 695,427 703,956
Wonosobo Regency Wonosobo 981.41 739,648 647,984 754,883 764,142
Magelang Regency Mungkid 1,102.93 1,102,359 1,137,938 1,181,723 1,196,219
Magelang City Magelang 16.06 116,800 124,374 118,227 119,677

References

  • Sutherland, Heather (1979) The Making of a Bureaucratic Elite – The Colonial Transformation of the Javanese Priyayi Singapore Heineman

ISBN 0-7081-1815-1 map on p. xiii, and list on p. xii

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