أندونيسيا

معلومات عن أندونيسيا

Region:آسيا
Capital:Jakarta
Population:234,181,400
Area (sq km):1,919,440
FIPS Country Code:ID
ISO Country Code:ID
GRN Office:Global Recordings Network Indonesia

About Indonesia

Indonesia is the biggest archipelago in the world. It has 17,508 islands and 5,150 km long.

The Republic of Indonesia was proclaimed as an independent country on 17 August 1945.

At present (2008) the population is about 242 million. This is the 4th biggest population after China, India and USA. There are more than 500 tribes speaking over 1000 languages and dialects. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia. Each tribe has its own dress, culture, art, and special food.

The main religions that the government permits are Islam, Christianity (Catholic and Protestant), Hinduism, Buddhism, and traditional religions.

This country is blessed with fertile land, vast natural resources, and great beauty.

Map of أندونيسيا

Map of أندونيسيا

لغات أو لهجات تخاطب فى أندونيسيا

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أسماء اللغات التسجيلات المتاحة
Abab: Penukal [Indonesia, Sumatera Barat (West)] - Dialect [mui]
Abui [Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Barat (West)] - ISO Language [abz]
Abun [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - ISO Language [kgr]
Aceh [Indonesia, Aceh] - ISO Language [ace]
Adang [Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur (East)] - ISO Language [adn]
Ahe: Kanayat`n [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [knx]
Ajao Group [Indonesia, Papua] - Group of Dialects [awu]
Ajawanini Java [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [yva]
Alor: Kecil [Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur (East)] - Dialect [kvw]
Alsengg [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [mrf]
Alune [Indonesia, Maluku] - ISO Language [alp]
Amane Kabo Arui [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [seu]
Amarasi [Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur (East)] - ISO Language [aaz]
Ambai [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [amk]
Amber Group [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - Group of Dialects [wgo]
Amene Kaiwo Ambai [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [amk]
Amuku [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - Dialect [irx]
Ana [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - Sub-Dialect [nij]
Anakalang [Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur (East)] - Dialect [akg]
Anak Dalam [Indonesia, Jambi] - Dialect [kvb]
Angkola [Indonesia, Sumatera Barat (West)] - Dialect [akb]
Ansus [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [and]
Aralle-Tabulahan [Indonesia, Sulawesi Barat (West)] - ISO Language [atq]
Aralle-tabulahan: Tabulahan [Indonesia, Sulawesi Barat (West)] - Dialect [atq]
Arfu [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - Dialect [mej]
Arut [Indonesia, Kalimantan Tengah (Central)] - Dialect [xdy]
Asmat, Central: Ayam [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [cns]
Asmat: Manep [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [asc]
Asmat, Pantai [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [cns]
Asmat: Saman [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [asc]
Asmat: Shuwru [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [asc]
Asmat: Waganu [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [asc]
Asmat, Yaosakor [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [asy]
Atohwaim [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [aqm]
Aujefor & Mafena Mur [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [kwt]
Auyu: Bade [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [awu]
Auyu, Miaro [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [psa]
Auyu: Nohon [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [awu]
Awyu [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [awu]
Baaja [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [xem]
Baajek-Ajek [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [knx]
Bada [Indonesia, Sulawesi Selatan (South)] - ISO Language [bhz]
Badameo [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [knx]
Badui [Indonesia, Jawa Barat (West)] - ISO Language [bac]
Baham [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - ISO Language [bdw]
Bahasa Indonesia [Indonesia, Widespread] - ISO Language [ind]
Bajare [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [byd]
Bajau, Indonesian [Indonesia, Sumatera Utara (North)] - ISO Language [bdl]
Bakambai [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [bkr]
Bakati: Lara [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - ISO Language [lra]
Bakati: Mayak [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - ISO Language [bei]
Bakati: Riok [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [bei]
Bakati: Sara [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [sre]
Bakau [Indonesia, Kalimantan Selatan (South)] - Dialect [pku]
Bakua [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [xdy]
Bakumpai [Indonesia, Kalimantan Tengah (Central)] - ISO Language [bkr]
Balantak [Indonesia, Sulawesi Selatan (South)] - ISO Language [blz]
Bali [Indonesia, Bali] - ISO Language [ban]
Bamayo [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [xdy]
Bambam [Indonesia, Sulawesi Selatan (South)] - ISO Language [ptu]
Bambam: Pattae [Indonesia, Sulawesi Barat (West)] - Dialect [ptu]
Bambam: Rantepalado [Indonesia, Sulawesi Barat (West)] - Dialect [ptu]
Bampape [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [byd]
Banggai [Indonesia, Sulawesi Selatan (South)] - ISO Language [bgz]
Banggai: Buko & Asli [Indonesia, Sulawesi Selatan (South)] - Dialect [bgz]
Banjar [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - ISO Language [bjn]
Banjar Malay [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [bjn]
Banyadu [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - ISO Language [byd]
Ba'nyam [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [bei]
Barapasi [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [brp]
Basap [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - ISO Language [bdb]
Batak Alas-Kluet [Indonesia, Aceh] - ISO Language [btz]
Batak Angkola [Indonesia] - ISO Language [akb]
Batak Dairi [Indonesia] - ISO Language [btd]
Batak Karo [Indonesia, Sumatera Utara (North)] - ISO Language [btx]
Batak Mandailing [Indonesia, Sumatera Utara (North)] - ISO Language [btm]
Batak: Simalungun [Indonesia, Sumatera Barat (West)] - Dialect [bts]
Batak Toba [Indonesia, Sumatera Barat (West)] - ISO Language [bbc]
Batangkawa [Indonesia, Kalimantan Tengah (Central)] - Dialect [xdy]
Batanta [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - Dialect [slz]
Batu Keling [Indonesia] [xdy]
Batu Tajam [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [sdm]
Bauzi [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [bvz]
Bayan [Indonesia, Kalimantan Tengah (Central)] - Dialect [sya]
Bedineh [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [scg]
Belangit [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [xdy]
Belawan [Indonesia, Kalimantan Tengah (Central)] - Dialect [bfg]
Bemoyap [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [byd]
Bemoyo [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [byd]
Beneraf Eswo [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [bnv]
Benyadu: Belangin [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [byd]
Berik [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [bkl]
Berusuh [Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat (West)] - Dialect [bqr]
Besoa [Indonesia, Sulawesi Selatan (South)] - ISO Language [bep]
Betawi [Indonesia, Jawa Barat (West)] - ISO Language [bew]
Biak [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - ISO Language [bhw]
Biak: Mapia [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - Dialect [bhw]
Biak-Numfor Group [Indonesia, Papua Barat (West Papua)] - Group of Dialects [bhw]
Bian Group (2) [Indonesia, Papua] - ISO Language [bpv]
Biga [Indonesia, Papua] - Dialect [sob]

مجموعات الناس في أندونيسيا

Abui; Abun; Aceh; Adang; Adonara; Aghu; Aikwakai; Airoran; Aiso, Kais; Aji; Alas; Alorese; Alune; Amahei; Amanab; Amarasi; Ambai; Ambelau; Amber; Amberbaken; Ambonese; Americans, U.S.; Ampanang; Anakalangu; Andio; Aneuk Jamee; Ansus; Anus; Arab, general; Aralle-Tabulahan; Arandai; Arguni; As; Asienara, Buruwai; Asilulu; Asmat, Casuarina Coast; Asmat, Central; Asmat, Northern; Asmat, Yaosakor; Auye; Awbono; Awera; Awyi; Awyu, Jair; Awyu, Nohon; Awyu, South; Ayamaru; Babar, North; Babar, Southeast; Baburiwa; Baduy, Kanekes; Bagusa; Baham; Bahau; Bahonsuai; Bajau; Bakumpai; Balaesan; Balantak; Bali; Baliaga, Highland Bali; Bambam; Banda, Eli-Elat; Banggai; Bangka; Banjar; Bantik; Bapu; Barakai; Barapasi; Baras; Basap; Baso; Batak Angkola; Batak Dairi; Batak Karo; Batak Pakpak; Batak, Silindung; Batak Simalungun; Batak, Toba; Bati; Batui; Batu, Nias; Bauri, Bauzi; Bawean; Bayono; Bedoanas; Behoa; Beketan; Belagar; Belide; Belitung; Bengkulu; Bengoi, Isal; Bentong; Berau; Berik; Besemah; Betaf; Betawi; Biak, Numfor; Biga; Biksi; Bilba; Bintauna; Biritai; Boano; Bobongko; Bobot; Bolango; Bolano; Bolongan; Bonefa; Bonerate; Bonerif; Bonfia; Bonggo; Borai; British; Budong-Budong, Tangkou; Bugis; Bukar Sadong; Bukat; Bulango; Buli; Bunak; Bungku; Buol; Burate; Buru, Boeroe; Burusu; Busami; Busoa; Campalagian; Cia-Cia; Citak Asmat; Citak, Tamnin; Dabe; Dai; Dakka; Damal; Damar, East; Damar, West; Dampelas; Dani, Lower Grand Valley; Dani, Mid Grand Valley; Dani, Upper Grand Valley; Dani, Western; Dao; Davelor; Daya; Dayak, Dohoi Ot Danum; Dayak, Kaninjal; Dayak, Kendayan; Dayak, Lawangan; Dayak, Maanyak, Ma'anyan; Dayak, Malayic; Dayak, Ngaju, Biadju; Dayak, Pasir; Dayak, Taman; Dayak, Tawoyan; Dayak, Tidung; Dayak, Tunjung; Deaf; Dela-Oenale; Dem; Demisa; Demta; Dengka; Diuwe; Dobel; Dondo; Dou, Edopi; Duano; Dubu; Duri; Duriankere; Dusun Deyah; Dusun, Kwijau; Dusun Malang; Dusun Witu; Dutch; Duvele; Eipomek; Ekagi; Embaloh; Emplawas; Emumu, Emem; Ende; Engganese; Enim; Enrekang, Maiwa; Erokwanas; Fayu; Filipino, Tagalog; Fordat; French; Fuau; Galela; Galoli; Gamkonora; Gane; Gayo; Gebe; German; Geser-Gorom; Gilika; Goliath; Gorap; Gorontalo; Gresi; Hahutan; Hamap; Han Chinese, Cantonese; Han Chinese, Hakka; Han Chinese, Mandarin; Han Chinese, Min Dong; Han Chinese, Min Nan; Haruku; Hatam, Tinam; Helong; Hindi; Hitu; Huaulu; Hupla; Ibu; Iha; Ile Ape; Imroing; Inanwatan; Indonesian; Irahutu; Iresim; Iria; Isirawa, Saberi; Itik; Jahalatan; Jambi; Japanese; Java Banten; Java Banyumasan; Java Mancanegari; Java Negarigung; Javanese; Java Osing, Banyuwangi; Java Pesisir Kulon; Java Pesisir Lor; Java Serang; Jew, Indonesian Speaking; Jofotek-Bromnya; Kabola; Kaburi; Kadai; Kafoa; Kaibubu; Kaidipang; Kaili Ledo; Kaili Unde; Kaili Unde, Daa; Kaimbulawa; Kaiwai; Kalabra; Kalao; Kalumpang; Kamaru; Kamberataro; Kamoro; Kamtuk; Kangean; Kanum; Kanum, Smarky; Kanum, Sota; Kapauri; Kaptiau; Karas; Karon Dori; Kaugat; Kau, Kao; Kaur; Kaure; Kauwerawec; Kawe; Kayan, Busang; Kayan, Kayan River; Kayan, Mahakam; Kayan, Mendalam; Kayan, Wahau; Kaygir; Kayu Agung; Kayupulau; Kedang; Keder; Kehu; Kei; Kelabit; Kelong; Kemak; Kemberano; Kenyah, Bahau River; Kenyah, Kayan River; Kenyah, Kelinyau; Kenyah, Mahakam; Kenyah, Upper Baram; Kenyah, Wahau; Kenyah, Western; Keo; Kepo'; Kerei; Kerinci; Ketum; Kikim; Kimaghima; Kimyal, Korapun; Kioko; Kirira; Kluet; Koba; Kodeoha; Kodi; Kofei; Kohin; Kokoda; Kola; Kolana-Wersin; Kombai; Komering; Komfana; Komodo; Komyandaret; Konda; Koneraw; Konjo Coastal; Konjo Pegunungan; Korapun-Sela; Koroni; Korowai; Kosare, Kosadle; Kota Bangun Kutai; Kotogut; Kubu; Kui, Kui-Kramang; Kulawi; Kulisusu; Kumberaha; Kupang; Kupel; Kur; Kurima; Kurudu; Kutai; Kwansu; Kware; Kwerba; Kwerisa; Kwesten; Kwinsu; Laha, Central Ambonese; Laiyola; Lamaholot; Lamalera; Lamatuka; Lamboya; Lamma; Lampung Abung; Lampung Pesisir; Lampung Pubian; Lampung Sungkai; Lampung Way Kanan; Land Dayak; Land Dayak, Bekati; Land Dayak, Benyadu; Land Dayak, Biatah; Land Dayak, Djongkang; Land Dayak, Kembayan; Land Dayak, Lara; Land Dayak, Ribun; Land Dayak, Sanggau; Land Dayak, Semandang; Larike-Wakasihu; Lasalimu; Latu; Laudje; Laura; Leboni, Rampi; Legenyem; Lematang; Lembak; Lembata, West; Lemolang; Lepki; Leti; Levuka; Lewo Eleng; Liabuku; Liana; Liki; Linduan; Lintang; Li'o; Lisabata-Nuniali; Lisela; Lolak; Lola, Warabal; Lole; Loloan-Malay Bali; Loloda, North; Loloda, South, Laba; Lom; Lonchong; Lorang; Loun; Luang, Letri Lgona; Lubu; Luhu; Lundayeh, Lun Bawang; Luwu; Maba, Bitjoli; Maden; Madole; Madura; Mairasi; Mairiri; Maiwa; Makassar; Makian Barat; Makian Timur; Maklew; Malay; Malay, Bacanese; Malay, Banda; Malay, Ketapang; Malay, Larantuka, Ende; Malay, Meratus; Malay, North Moluccan; Malay, Papuan; Malay, Pontianak; Malay, Riau; Malay, Sambas; Malay, Sumatera Utara; Malimpung; Mamak; Mamasa; Mamasa, Southern, Pattae'; Mamboru; Mamuju; Mandailing; Mandar; Mander, Foya; Mandobo Atas; Mandobo Bawah; Manem; Manggarai; Mangole; Manikion; Manipa, Soow Huhelia; Manusela, Wahai; Marau; Marengge; Marind, Bian; Marind, Southeast Marind; Masela, Central; Masela, East; Masela, West; Masimasi; Massep; Matbat; Mawes; Ma'ya; Mbojo; Meax; Mekwei; Menadonese; Meninggo; Mentawaian; Meoswar; Mer; Minangkabau, Padang; Modang; Moi, Mosana; Molof; Mombum; Momina; Mongondow; Moni; Mor; Moraid; Morari; Mori Atas, West; Mori Bawah, East; Mori, South, Padoe; Mor, Mor Islands; Moronene; Morop, Iwur; Morwap; Mualang; Muko-Muko; Muna; Munggui; Murkim; Murut, Okolod; Murut, Selungai; Murut, Sembakung; Murut, Tagal; Musi; Muyu, North; Muyu, South; Nabi; Nafri; Nage; Nakai; Naltya, Nalja; Napu; Nasal; Ndaonese; Ndom; Nduga; Nedebang; Ngada'a; Ngada, Eastern; Ngalik, South; Ngalum; Nggem; Niassan; Nila; Nimboran; Ninggerum; Nipsan; Nobuk; Nuaulu, North; Nuaulu, South; Nusa Laut; Obokuitai; Ogan; Oirata; Onin; Ormu; Pago; Paku; Palembang; Palue; Pamona; Panasuan; Pancana; Pannei; Papasena; Papuma; Pasemah; Patani-Maba; Paulohi; Pauwi, Yoke; Pegagan; Pekal; Pendau; Penesak; Penghulu; Penihing; Perai; Pisa; Podena; Pom; Ponasakan; Punan Aput; Punan Bungan; Punan Keriau; Punan Merah; Punan Merap; Punan Tubu; Puragi; Putoh; Pyu; Rahambuu; Rajong; Rambang; Ranau; Rasawa; Ratahan; Rawas; Rejang; Rembong; Retta; Riantana; Ringgou; Riung; Roma; Ron; Rongga; Rongkong; Rotinese, Tii; Sa'ban; Sabu; Sahu; Sajau Basap; Salas; Saleman, Hatue; Saluan, Coastal; Saluan, Kahimamahon; Samarkena; Sangirese; Sangir, Siau; Sangir, Tagulandang; Saparua; Sara; Sarudu; Sasak; Sasawa; Sauri; Sause; Sawai; Saweru; Sawila; Sawuy; Sea Dayak, Iban; Seberuang; Sedoa; Segai; Seget; Seit-Kaitetu; Sekar; Seko Padang; Seko Tengah; Selaru; Selayar; Seluwasan; Semendo; Semimi; Sempan; Senggi; Sentani; Serawai; Serili; Serua; Serui-Laut; Siagha-Yenimu; Siang; Sikhule; Sikkanese; Simeulue; Sindang Kelingi; Singkil; So'a; Sobei; Somahai; Sowanda; Straits Chinese, Peranakan; Sukubatong; Sula; Sumba; Sumbawa; Sunda; Suwawa; Tabaru; Taikat; Taje; Tajio; Talaud; Taliabo-Mangei; Talondo; Taluki; Tamagario; Tamiang; Tamilouw; Tanahmerah; Tangko; Tanglapui; Taori-Kei, Kaiy; Taori-So; Tarangan, East; Tarangan, West; Tarpia; Tarunggare; Taurap; Tause; Tausug; Taworta, Dabra; Tefaro; Tehit; Tela-Masbuar; Teluti; Tengger; Teor; Tepera; Tereweng; Termanu, Rotti; Ternate; Tetum; Te'un; Tewa, Lebang; Tidore; Timorese; Toala; Tobada; Tobelo; Tofamna; Tokuni; Tolaki, Asera; Tolaki, Konawe; Tolaki, Laiwui; Tolaki, Mekongga; Tolaki, Wiwirano; Toli-Toli; Tomadino; Tombelala; Tombulu Menadonese; Tomini; Tondanou; Tonsawang; Tonsea; Topoiyo; Toraja-Sa'dan; Tountemboan; Towei; Trimuris; Tugun; Tugutil; Tulehu; Tumawo; Turk; Turu, Urundi; Tutunohan, Aputai; Ujir; Ulumanda; Umalung; Uma, Pipikoro; Uria; Uruangnirin; Usku; Vanimo; Vitou; Wabo; Wae Rana; Waioli; Wakatobi; Wakatobi, Kaledupa; Wakde; Walak; Wambon; Wanam; Wandamen; Wanggom; Wano; Wanukaka; Warembori; Wares; Waris; Warkay-Bipim; Waropen; Waru; Watubela; Watulai; Wauyai; Wawonii; Wemale, North; Wemale, South; Weretai; Wewewa; Wodani; Woi; Woisika; Wokam; Wolio; Wotu; Wutung; Yafi; Yahadian; Yair; Yali, Angguruk; Yali, Ninia; Yaly, Pass Valley; Yamdena; Yamna; Yaqay; Yarsun; Yaur; Yava; Yelmek; Yeretuar; Yetfa; Yey; Yotafa; Yotowawa;

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