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Sri Langka

(dialihkeun ti Sri Lanka)
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Sri Langka, ngaran resmina Républik Sosialis Démokratik Sri Langka (Basa Sinhala: 60px, Basa Tamil: இலங்கை; nu katelah Ceylon saméméh taun 1972) mangrupa nagara pulo di Asia Kidul, perenahna 31 kilometer (18½ mi) kiduleun basisir India. Kawentar minangka Mutiara Samudra India,[2] nagara ieu mangrupa tempat cicingna kurang leuwih dua puluh yuta urang pangeusi.

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இலங்கை ஜனநாயக சமத்துவ குடியரசு
Républik Sosialis Démokratik Sri Langka
Bandéra Sri Langka Lambang Sri Langka
Lagu
"Sri Lanka Matha"
[[:Media:|Musik]]  , [[:Media:|Nyanyi]] 
Location of Sri Langka
Ibu kota Sri Jayawardenapura-Kotte
6°54′N 79°54′E
Kota panggedéna Kolombo
Basa resmi Sinhala, Tamil
Pamaréntah Républik Sosialis Démokratik
 -  Présidén Maithripala Sirisena
 -  Perdana Mentri Ranil Wickremesinghe
Kamerdikaan ti United Kingdom 
 -  Didéklarasikeun 4 Pébruari 1948 
 -  Républik 22 Méi 1972 
Aréa
 -  Total 65,610 km² (ka-122)
25,332 mil² 
 -  Cai (%) 4.4
Populasi
 -  Perkiraan  2005 19,668,000[1] (ka-52)
 -  Sénsus 2001 18,732,255 
 -  Kapadetan 310 /km² (ka-35)
818 /mil²
GDP (PPP) Perkiraan 2005
 -  Total $86.72 miliar (ka-61)
 -  Per kapita $4,600 (ka-111)
GDP (nominal) Perkiraan 2006
 -  Total $26.794 miliar (ka-78)
 -  Per kapita $1,355 (ka-119)
Gini? (1999–00) 33.2 (sedeng
HDI (2004) Green Arrow Up Darker.svg0.755 (sedeng) (ka-93)
Mata uang Rupee Sri Langka (LKR)
Zona wanci (UTC+5:30)
TLD Internét .lk
Kode telepon +94

RujukanÉdit

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  2. Pearl of the Indian Ocean, The Sunday Tribune
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