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Ujung Kulon National Park. ©UNESCO 2009
Ujung Kulon National Park

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Ujung Kulon

Located on the southwestern tip of Java, Ujung Kulon ("West Point") first received protection in 1910, when it was made a hunting preserve. Eleven years later it was upgraded to a natural monument and wildlife reserve, and 1980 it had become one of the five national parks of Indonesia.

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Place/country: Indonesia,
Type: Documentary
Credits: Manoel de Oliveira (director), UNESCO WHC (publisher), Jaeger-LeCoultre (publisher), International Herald Tribune (publisher), UNESCO WHC (producer). Jaeger-LeCoultre (producer). International Herald Tribune (producer).
Published in: 2009
Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 219673

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