Mangupura

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Mangupura
Mangupura is located in Indonesia Bali
Mangupura
Mangupura
Location in Bali
Mangupura is located in Indonesia
Mangupura
Mangupura
Location in Indonesia
Coordinates: 8°36′10″S 115°10′43″E / 8.60278°S 115.17861°E / -8.60278; 115.17861Coordinates: 8°36′10″S 115°10′43″E / 8.60278°S 115.17861°E / -8.60278; 115.17861
Country Indonesia
Province Bali
Regency Badung Regency
Time zone WITA (UTC+8)

Mangupura is the capital of Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia.[1] The city has been the capital of Badung Regency since the enactment of Regulation Number 67, of 16 November 2009. Previously, the capital was located in Denpasar.

Mangupura specifically developed as an urban area complete with the infrastructure and public service standards of urban areas. Mangupura region includes 9 town in Mengwi.

Etymology[edit]

Mangupura name composed of two syllables that Mangu (from Old Javanese mango, which means feeling langen wanted to be blown away by its beauty; everything wonderful that cause a sense of love, and beauty, captivating and alluring), and pura (from Sanskrit, pur which means the town, castle, or fortified city). Thus, Mangupura capital implies that captivates; capitals is the place to find beauty, peace and happiness, the capital city that brings prosperity to its people, and the capital that fosters a sense of security for the people.

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