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2000px-Koben location map 8.svg
2000px-Indonesia Sumatra location map (2)reversed edited
2000px-Koben Sulawan location map labled.svg
2000px-Irain Koben location map 2 labled.svg
No. State ISO Population(2010) Area (km²) Density Capital
1 Acek KN-12 6,986,570
2 Baten KN-9 8,846,357
3 Central Sulawan
4 Chubukoku KN-20 5,970,148
5 East Sulawan 4,328,976
6 Funchen KN-2 23,061,689 Olikiu
7 Honai KN-19 10,350,991
8 Iwate KN-14 18,304,842
9 Irai
10 Jejuan KN-13 11,236,588
11 Kien KN-3 4,375,976
12 Kaluhiu
13 Kangawana KN-5 10,172,656
14 Lanai KN-24
15 L'ihui
16 Liu KN-17 1,536,507
17 Makiki
18 Matsui KN-6 2,934,657
19 Misubi KN-21 2,439,057
20 Naigoyiu KN-11 5,345,454
21 National Capital Area KN-1 or NCA 11,567,950 Yamohama
22 North Rial KN-16 21,967,540
23 North Sulawan 3,986,097
24 Nykoya KN-8 12,103,456
25 Okina KN-15 1,750,890
26 Olin KN-19 2,733,187
27 Praktan KN-25 3,657,097
28 Qwetzy KN-18 12,675,987
29 Sohto KN-22 2,556,789 105.92
30 South Rial KN-23 13,965,870
31 Southeast Sulawan 6,654,289
32 South Sulawan 11,010,902
33 West Sulawan 3,345,488
34 Xiamu KN-7 3,846,574
35 Zava KN-4 4,250,890 40,130.82
- Total - 266,194,004 Yamohama

Note: Sulawan's East and West might seem wrong.

Irain and Sulawan

In June 2011, Koben acquired a two new islands called Irain and Sulawan. It was lost from the UFSA. It is recognized on July 22, 2011.

Major Cities

See Also

Cities of Koben


Prefectures of Koben


Azueh

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