🛒 Buy 2 Maps, Get 3rd Map Free!
📦 Free Shipping On All Orders
🚚💨 Fast Delivery From The USA!
Ted's Vintage Art
Cart 0 $0.00
🛒 Buy 2 Maps, Get 3rd Map Free!
Ted's Vintage Art
Cart 0 $0.00

Vintage Indonesia Maps

Filter By Search
Map Type
Select A State
1 - 16 of 4855 Vintage Maps

Old Maps of Indonesia
Explore through our collection of Old Maps of Indonesia.

Indonesia is a country located in Southeast Asia and Oceania that consists of over 17,000 different islands. With an area of 1,904,569 square kilometers (or 735,358 square miles), Indonesia is the world’s largest island country, and is the world’s 14th largest country by area. Indonesia is home to a population of over 270 million people, making Indonesia the world’s fourth most populated country. The most populated island of Indonesia is Java, which is home to 56% of the population. The capital city is Jakarta. When it comes to the government, Indonesia is a republic with a presidential system. The current president is Joko Widodo, and the current vice-president is Ma’ruf Amin.

Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country, with a total of 17,504 islands. Did you know that there are over 100 active volcanoes found within Indonesia? A great majority of them are found on the outer margin of the country, such as Mount Merapi and Mount Kelud. The most well-known volcano that can be found in Indonesia is Krakatoa, which is known to have caused disastrous eruptions in the past. For example, an eruption in 1883 caused all life on the surrounding island to be destroyed.Despite its large population, Indonesia is one of seventeen megadiverse countries in the world. There is a large population of endemic species, as 36% of its birds and 39% of its mammals are endemic. Some unique animal species that can be found within Indonesia are the Javanese peacock, Sumatran drongo, proboscis monkey, babirusa, tamarau, Komodo dragons, and Javan rhinoceros. There are over 40,000 species of plants found within Indonesia, which includes 3,000 different species of trees. Because of the country's rapid population growth and industrialization, Indonesia experiences some of the fastest deforestation rates in the world. In 1950, it was measured that forests covered 87% of the land. However, in 2018, it was measured that forests covered approximately 49.7% of the land.

The economy of Indonesia is mixed, and is the world’s 17th largest economy by GDP. Historically, the agricultural sector had always taken the lead in exports and products. However, Indonesia is home to an abundance of natural resources that could help further support the economy. These natural resources include oils, natural gasses, coal, tin, copper, gold, and nickel. Some of the major agricultural products include rice, palm oil, tea, coffee, cacao, medicinal plants, spices, and rubbers. Palm oil and coal briquettes are the two leading export commodities in Indonesia.

Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world, and that does not seem to show any signs of slowing. The population growth rate is currently 1.25%, and it is estimated that the population will be around 295 million in 2030, and 321 million in 2050. The country is home to a relatively young population, as the median age is 30.2 years. Rural to urban migration is becoming common in Indonesia, as the capital city of Jakarta is known to be the second most populated country in the world.

Read More About Vintage Indonesia Maps

Old Maps of Indonesia
Explore through our collection of Old Maps of Indonesia.

Indonesia is a country located in Southeast Asia and Oceania that consists of over 17,000 different islands. With an area of 1,904,569 square kilometers (or 735,358 square miles), Indonesia is the world’s largest island country, and is the world’s 14th largest country by area. Indonesia is home to a population of over 270 million people, making Indonesia the world’s fourth most populated country. The most populated island of Indonesia is Java, which is home to 56% of the population. The capital city is Jakarta. When it comes to the government, Indonesia is a republic with a presidential system. The current president is Joko Widodo, and the current vice-president is Ma’ruf Amin.

Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country, with a total of 17,504 islands. Did you know that there are over 100 active volcanoes found within Indonesia? A great majority of them are found on the outer margin of the country, such as Mount Merapi and Mount Kelud. The most well-known volcano that can be found in Indonesia is Krakatoa, which is known to have caused disastrous eruptions in the past. For example, an eruption in 1883 caused all life on the surrounding island to be destroyed.Despite its large population, Indonesia is one of seventeen megadiverse countries in the world. There is a large population of endemic species, as 36% of its birds and 39% of its mammals are endemic. Some unique animal species that can be found within Indonesia are the Javanese peacock, Sumatran drongo, proboscis monkey, babirusa, tamarau, Komodo dragons, and Javan rhinoceros. There are over 40,000 species of plants found within Indonesia, which includes 3,000 different species of trees. Because of the country's rapid population growth and industrialization, Indonesia experiences some of the fastest deforestation rates in the world. In 1950, it was measured that forests covered 87% of the land. However, in 2018, it was measured that forests covered approximately 49.7% of the land.

The economy of Indonesia is mixed, and is the world’s 17th largest economy by GDP. Historically, the agricultural sector had always taken the lead in exports and products. However, Indonesia is home to an abundance of natural resources that could help further support the economy. These natural resources include oils, natural gasses, coal, tin, copper, gold, and nickel. Some of the major agricultural products include rice, palm oil, tea, coffee, cacao, medicinal plants, spices, and rubbers. Palm oil and coal briquettes are the two leading export commodities in Indonesia.

Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world, and that does not seem to show any signs of slowing. The population growth rate is currently 1.25%, and it is estimated that the population will be around 295 million in 2030, and 321 million in 2050. The country is home to a relatively young population, as the median age is 30.2 years. Rural to urban migration is becoming common in Indonesia, as the capital city of Jakarta is known to be the second most populated country in the world.

Find Your Perfect Vintage Map
Enter a city, county, state or country name in the search box below to get started.
Copyright 2023 © Ted’s Vintage Art / Blase Media LLC
My cart
Your cart is empty.

Looks like you haven't made a choice yet.