Maiwa

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Maiwa
District
Maiwa is located in Sulawesi
Maiwa
Maiwa
Location in Sulawesi
Maiwa is located in Indonesia
Maiwa
Maiwa
Location of the district in Indonesia
Coordinates: 3°45′1″S 119°51′42″E / 3.75028°S 119.86167°E / -3.75028; 119.86167Coordinates: 3°45′1″S 119°51′42″E / 3.75028°S 119.86167°E / -3.75028; 119.86167
Country  Indonesia
Province South Sulawesi
Regency Enrekang Regency
Area
 • Total 392,87 km2 (15,169 sq mi)
Population (2012)
 • Total 23.600
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)

Maiwa is district of Enrekang Regency in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It is divided to villages Patondon Salu (population 2,017), Salo Dua (970), Boiya (882), Tuncung (1,266), Bangkala (3,902), Mangkawani (1,069), Botto Mallangga (2,127), Batu Mila (also known as Malino; population 1,426), Puncak Harapan (798), Tapong (833), Palakka (601), Pasang (809), Baringin (886), Lebani (836), Matajang (1,001), Limbuang (272), Ongko (733), Pariwang (460), Kaluppang (689), Paladang (884), Labuku (616) and Tanete (523).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kecamatan Maiwa Dalam Angka 2013". Badan Pusak Statistik. 2013. Retrieved July 2, 2014.