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Indonesia Builds New capital in the middle of the jungle

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In the next two years, Indonesia will have a new capital called Nusantara and no longer Jakarta.

Nusantara, on the island of Borneo, is expected to help relieve congestion in Jakarta, which has a population of 30 million.

Nusantara, in the east of the island of Borneo, will be located 1000 km from Jakarta.

It will include a parliament, a presidential palace in the shape of the mythical Indonesian bird Garuda, a large mosque, housing and facilities for a population that should reach 2 million in twenty years.

Migration should go hand in hand with the transfer of economic and administrative activities from Jakarta to the new city.

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