Ma·du·ra geographical name \mə-ˈdu̇r-ə\
Madura geographical name (Concise Encyclopedia)
Island, Jawa Timur province, Indonesia, off northeastern Java. Its capital is Pamekasan. With an area of 2,042 sq mi (5,290 sq km), it has a hilly terrain rising to more than 1,400 ft (430 m) in the east. Dutch influence was established in the late 17th century. Madura was attached to Java as a residency in 1885 and became part of Indonesia in 1949. Bull races, usually held in September, attract huge crowds.
Variants of MADURA
Madura Dutch Madoera
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