Central Sumba Regency

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Central Sumba Regency
Kabupaten Sumba Tengah
Regency
Official seal of Central Sumba Regency
Seal
Location within East Nusa Tenggara
Location within East Nusa Tenggara
Central Sumba Regency is located in Sumba
Central Sumba Regency
Central Sumba Regency
Central Sumba Regency is located in Lesser Sunda Islands
Central Sumba Regency
Central Sumba Regency
Central Sumba Regency (Lesser Sunda Islands)
Central Sumba Regency is located in Indonesia
Central Sumba Regency
Central Sumba Regency
Central Sumba Regency (Indonesia)
Coordinates: 9°37′46″S 119°37′09″E / 9.6294°S 119.6191°E / -9.6294; 119.6191Coordinates: 9°37′46″S 119°37′09″E / 9.6294°S 119.6191°E / -9.6294; 119.6191
Country Indonesia
Region Lesser Sunda Islands
Province East Nusa Tenggara
Capital Waibakul
Government
 • Regent Umbu Sappi Pateduk
 • Vice Regent Umbu Dondu
Area
 • Total 721.69 sq mi (1,869.18 km2)
Population (2010)
 • Total 62,485
Area code (+62) 386
Website sumbatengahkab.go.id

Central Sumba Regency (Indonesian: Kabupaten Sumba Tengah) is a regency in East Nusa Tenggara of Indonesia. The new Central Sumba Regency was established when West Sumba Regency was split into two regencies in 2007 and a further Regency was created in Central Sumba from parts of both West Sumba and East Sumba.[1] The seat (capital) of its government is located at Waibakul.

Administration[edit]

The Southwest Sumba Regency (created in 2007 out of parts of West Sumba Regency and East Sumba Regency) is composed of five districts (kecamatan), whose areas (in km2) and 2010 Census populations are listed below.[2]:

Name English name Area
(in km2)
Population
Census 2010
Katikutana 68.3 9,733
Katikutana Selatan South Katikutana 373.2 10,095
Mamboro 325.4 14,170
Umbu Ratu Nggay 766.5 12,264
Umbu Ratu Nggay Barat West Umbu Ratu Nggay 280.9 16,223

References[edit]

  1. ^ Government of Indonesia (2 January 2007), Establishment of Central Sumba Regency in the East Nusa Tenggara province (PDF) (in Indonesian), Indonesia Ministry of Law and Justice, UU No. 3/2007, retrieved 2007-08-24 
  2. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.

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