Wast Sumatra (Indonesie: Sumatera Barat, abbreviatit tae Sumbar) is a province o Indonesie.

Wast Sumatra

Sumatera Barat
Tap upper left:Minangkabau Internaitional Airport in Padang, Tap lawer left:Sumatera Local Govrenment Office in Padang, Tap richt:Jam Gadang clocktouer in Bukittinggi, Middle left:Rumah Gadang, tradeetional hoose in Pandai Sikek veelage, Middle richt:Ngaai Siarok Valley in Bukittinggi, Bottom:Panorama view o Loch Maninjau
Tap upper left:Minangkabau Internaitional Airport in Padang, Tap lawer left:Sumatera Local Govrenment Office in Padang, Tap richt:Jam Gadang clocktouer in Bukittinggi, Middle left:Rumah Gadang, tradeetional hoose in Pandai Sikek veelage, Middle richt:Ngaai Siarok Valley in Bukittinggi, Bottom:Panorama view o Loch Maninjau
Banner o Wast Sumatra
Banner
Offeecial seal o Wast Sumatra
Seal
Motto(s): 
Tuah Sakato (Minangkabau)
(Unitit Prosperity)
Location o Wast Sumatra in Indonesie
Location o Wast Sumatra in Indonesie
Coordinates: 1°00′S 100°30′E / 1.000°S 100.500°E / -1.000; 100.500Coordinates: 1°00′S 100°30′E / 1.000°S 100.500°E / -1.000; 100.500
KintraIndonesie
CaipitalPadang
Govrenment
 • GovrenorIrwan Prayitno
Aurie
 • Total42,012.89 km2 (16,221.27 sq mi)
Population
 • Tot5,133,988
 • Density120/km2 (320/sq mi)
Demographics
 • Ethnic groupsMinangkabau (88%), Batak (4%), Javanese (4%), Mentawai (1%), Ither (3%)[1]
 • ReleegionIslam (97.4%), Christian (2.2%), Hindu (0.35%), Buddhism (0.06%)
 • LeidsIndonesian, Minangkabau, Mentawai
Time zoneWIB (UTC+7)
Wabsteidwww.sumbarprov.go.id

ReferencesEedit

  1. Indonesia's Population: Ethnicity and Religion in a Changing Political Landscape. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 2003.