Papanggo is one of seven administrative villages (kelurahan in Indonesian
Indonesian language
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) in Tanjung Priok
Tanjung Priok
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Subdistrict is a low level administrative division of a country. In Thailand it may refer to the King Amphoe or to the Tambon. In England and Wales it was part of a Registration district....

, North Jakarta
North Jakarta
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. The borders of Papanggo are :
  • Warakas
    Warakas is administrative village at Tanjung Priok subdistrict, North Jakarta. The border of Papanggo are :* Tanjung Priok administrative village in the north* Papanggo administrative village in the west and in the south...

     administrative village in the north
  • Sungai Bambu administrative village in the west
  • Sunter Agung administrative village in the east and in the south

The zip code of this administrative village is 14340.


The name Papanggo comes from the Dutch language
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, De Papangers, meaning the people of Pampanga, which originally referred to Mardijker
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 soldiers, who served with the Dutch, or their descendants, who had originally came from Pampanga
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, Luzon
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, Philippines
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