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The islands of the Indonesian archipelago, floating real emeralds for centuries have attracted people varied. Chinese and Indian traders, European settlers, missionaries proselytizing intrepid adventurers, mining companies and mass tourism, all of them at one time or another, have felt trapped by sandalwood and spice breezes, their Bali Hai lifestyle and its magnificent beaches, mountains and volcanoes. But another frequent visitor to the nation's war correspondent, who came to report on the latest uprising, coup or riot. The stereotype of country paradise fortunate to natural resources is often questioned because of the deep racial and religious differences, autocracy, despotism, government corruption, economic mismanagement and natural disasters. Recent developments in military and sectarian violence have made Indonesia a problematic destination for most Western travelers.

In Indonesia you can visit cities like Bali, Balikpapan, Banda Aceh or Yogyakarta
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Indonesia, officially the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian: Republik Indonesia) is an island country located between Southeast Asia and Oceania. The Indonesian archipelago comprises about 17,508 islands, where more than 237 million people, making Indonesia the fourth most populous country in the world. In addition, Indonesia is the country with more Muslims planet.4 Indonesia is a republic with a legislature and a president elected by popular vote and the government has its headquarters in the city of Jakarta, the capital. Despite being an archipelago, the country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Malaysia. Other neighboring countries include Singapore to Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Palau, Australia and the Indian territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Indonesian archipelago has been an important region for international trade since the seventh century, when the kingdom of Srivijaya began trade with China and India. Gradually, local rulers adopted the culture, religion and political model of the Indians, and in the first century AD. C. Hindus and Buddhists several kingdoms began to flourish in the region. Indonesian history has been influenced by foreign powers that sought to exploit its natural resources. After Muslim traders carried Islam, and during the Age of Discovery, European powers began to dispute the monopoly of the spice trade in the Moluccas. After three and a half centuries of Dutch colonialism, Indonesia gained independence shortly after World War II. Since then, Indonesia's history has been turbulent, facing the great challenges posed by natural disasters, corruption, separatism, the process of democratization and periods of economic change.
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