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In what continent is Indonesia located?

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Indonesia is a country that is located in Asia. More specifically, Indonesia is in Southeast Asia, just north of Australia. It shares borders with other Asian countries including Malaysia and Papua New Guinea.

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In what continent is Indonesia located?
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Indonesia can be divided into 33 different provinces. There is also a special administrative region, which is an area that is not considered part of any province. The country has a population of more than 250 million people, as of 2014, which is enough to be the country with the fourth-highest population on Earth. The country spans across multiple land masses that are surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. Overall, it covers an area of approximately 735,000 square miles.

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