Central Java, Rembang, Traditional Fishing Village

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Central Java, Rembang, Traditional Fishing Village


Rembang, city, Central Java (Jawa Tengah) propinsi (province), Java, Indonesia, located about 100 miles (160 km) northwest of Surabaya. A major port on the Java Sea, it is linked by road and railway with Kudus and Semarang to the southwest and with Cepu and Surabaya to the southeast. Exports include petroleum products, teak, rubber, peanuts (groundnuts), rice, and cassava. Most of the population is Javanese, together with some Madurese; Islam is the dominant religion. Chinese settlers are mostly traders and merchants. Industries are rice milling, peanut shelling, soapmaking, and oil refining. Crafts include wood carving, weaving, plaiting, and mat and basket making. Near Rembang is the grave of Raden A. Kartini, Indonesia‚Äôs first feminist; it is now a national place of pilgrimage. Pop. (2002 est.) 40,100.

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