Agats at noon
Agats is a town in Asmat Regency, Papua, Indonesia and the administrative center of the Asmat Regency. It had a population of 1,400 as of 2010. The town is located near the estuary of the Aswetsj River. The Dutch set up a government post at Agats in 1938.
- "Indonesia" by Ryan Ver Berkmoes, Celeste Brash, Muhammad Cohen, Mark Elliott, Guyan Mitra, John Noble, Adam Skolnick, Iain Stewart, and Steve Waters. Lonely Planet. 2010. p. 815.
- "Encyclopedia of the Peoples of Asia and Oceania" by Barbara A. West
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