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South Sumatra Province (Indonesian: Provinsi Sumatera Selatan; Jawi: سوماتيرا سلاتن‎) is a province of Indonesia. It is located in the southern part of Sumatra Island, east of the Bukit Barisan Mountains. It spans 91,592.43 km2 (35,364 sq mi) and had a population of 7,450,394 at the 2010 Census; the latest official estimate is 10,675,862 (as at May 2015). The capital of the province is Palembang.

South Sumatra uses the language Kubu. South Sumatra uses the language Kaur. South Sumatra uses the language Col. South Sumatra uses the language Haji. South Sumatra uses the language Rejang. South Sumatra uses the language Pekal. South Sumatra uses the language Central Malay. South Sumatra uses the language Lampung Api language. South Sumatra uses the language Komering.

South Sumatra is in the country of Indonesia. South Sumatra is located in the administrative territorial entity Sumatra. South Sumatra locates in time zone UTC+07:00. Palembang is the capital of South Sumatra. South Sumatra shares a border with Bangka Belitung Islands. South Sumatra shares a border with Bengkulu. South Sumatra shares a border with Jambi.

South Sumatra shares a border with Lampung. South Sumatra is an instance of province of Indonesia. South Sumatra heads of government Alex Noerdin. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Empat Lawang. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Muara Enim.

South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Lahat. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Ogan Komering Ulu Timur. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Banyuasin. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Musi Rawas. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Ogan Komering Ilir.

South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Ogan Ilir. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Musi Banyuasin. South Sumatra contains the administrative territorial entity of Pagar Alam. South Sumatra categories of associated people can be found in Category:People from South Sumatra. South Sumatra offices held by head of government governor. South Sumatra owners of Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium. Srivijaya is located in South Sumatra.

Otak-otak is located in South Sumatra. Songket is located in South Sumatra. Komering is located in South Sumatra. Palembang Sultanate is located in South Sumatra. Pempek is located in South Sumatra. Mie celor is located in South Sumatra. Kubu is located in South Sumatra.

Tempoyak is located in South Sumatra. Kemplang is located in South Sumatra. Palembang capitals of South Sumatra. Col indigenouses to South Sumatra. Haji indigenouses to South Sumatra. Rejang indigenouses to South Sumatra. Kaur indigenouses to South Sumatra. Central Malay indigenouses to South Sumatra.

Lampung Api language indigenouses to South Sumatra. Komering indigenouses to South Sumatra. Kubu indigenouses to South Sumatra. Bangka Belitung Islands shares a border with South Sumatra. Bengkulu shares a border with South Sumatra. Lampung shares a border with South Sumatra. Jambi shares a border with South Sumatra. Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium owns by South Sumatra.

Bengkulu is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Bengkulu Selatan is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Rejang Lebong is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Bengkulu Utara is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Empat Lawang is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Lahat is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Ogan Komering Ulu Timur is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra.

Banyuasin is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Musi Rawas is located in the administrative territorial entity South Sumatra. Indonesia contains the administrative territorial entity of South Sumatra. Emil Salim is born in South Sumatra. Pieter van Royen is born in South Sumatra. Novalio Daratha is born in South Sumatra.