Flanked by West and East Java, this province is centrally
located on Java island with Semarang as its provincial
capital situated on the northern coast.
A network of good roads and highways in addition to solid
railways linking its major cities and villages plus the
accessibility to reach it by air through three main airports,
all assure the visitor that he finds himself in a region
with more than adequate communications.
To most Indonesian visitors Central Java's history and
its social influence over the whole nation are relatively
known. The very first Moslem kingdom on the island was
founded in 1511 at Demak, about 40 km from Semarang, which
became the beachhead from which Islam spread out throughout
the island. Today Demak is a sleepy little town, however,
its glory of the past is still visible from one of the
major relics now still well preserved, the Grand Mosque,
a quaint blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture, still
honored and worshiped by Javanese pilgrims.
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