numerology

Numerology information Djawa:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism

songs

Songs about Djawa:

songsDjawa by Mossia from the Album Moahé

songsDjawa by Aidjé from the Album Djawa

songsDjawa by The Group Afafa from the Album Benin Awake

songsKuo djawa by Koudougnon Adro from the Album Legledou

songsPour Qui Feat. Croco - Djawas [Explicit] by Albinos Williams from the Album Les Mêmes Qui Payent

songsSuwali: Djawa by Eleonore Pameijer & Marcel Worms from the Album Spanning the Globe: Music from Six Continents

books

Books about Djawa:

booksDjawa: Webster's Timeline History, 1779 - 2003 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)

booksDjåwå (Indonesian Edition) by Unknown (Jul 22, 2010)

booksSoeka Doeka di Djawa Tempo Doeloe (Indonesian Edition) by Olivier Johannes Raap (Dec 8, 2013)

booksDjawa Tijdschrift Van Het Java Instituut by R A Hoesein Djajadiningrat (1931)

booksDjawa. Tijdschrift van het Java-Instituut (21ste Jaargang, No. 2, Maart 1941) by Mr. R. Sidarta, Dibjapranata, S. Koperberg and Ir. J.L. Moens (1941)

booksDjawa. Tijdschrift van het Java-Instituut (21ste Jaargang, No. 6, November 1941) by Mr. R. Sidarta, Dibjapranata, S. Koperberg and Ir. J.L. Moens (1941)

booksDjawa. Tijdschrift van het Java-Instituut (21ste Jaargang, No. 1, Januari 1941) by Mr. R. Sidarta, Dibjapranata, S. Koperberg and Ir. J.L. Moens (1941)

wiki

Wiki information Djawa:

East Java
Indonesian province, Dated location, Statistical region, Location, Administrative Division

East Java is a province of Indonesia. It is located on the eastern part of the island of Java and includes the neighbouring islands of Madura, and the Kangean, Sapudi, Bawean, and Masalembu groups. The dominant cultures are Javanese and, in the...

Central Java
Indonesian province, Dated location, Statistical region, Art Subject, Location, Administrative Division

Central Java is a province of Indonesia. It forms the middle portion of the island of Java. The administrative capital is Semarang. The province is 32,800.69 km² in area, approximately a quarter of the total land area of Java. Its population was...