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Special Region of Jumstraad
Daerah Khusus Jumstraad
Flag of Special Region of Jumstraad
Kota batu jum (Jum-stone city)
Location of Jumstraad in Central Indokistan
Location of Jumstraad in Central Indokistan
City Central Indokistan
Established22 January 2011
 • MayorBadra Shidqi (last)
 • Total10
Time zoneUTC+7 (WIB)

Jumstraad, officially Special Region of Jumstraad (Indonesian: Daerah Khusus Jumstraad), was a city in the Indokistani state of Central Indokistan. The city was established on 22 January 2011, with Sayfi I as its first mayor. Jumstraad is the home of Indokistans first parliament office, Bolshoiskii complex, which occupied almost half of the city's total territory.

It was the first capital city of Indokistan until 2012, when it was moved to Slobodan. Jumstraad was the cradle of Indokistani micronational movement, as the concept of Indokistan was first conceived on the city, and its identity was consolidated within the city border.


The name was named for a type of stone scattered over the city which first mayor Ali Akbar called batu jum (jumstone), though the name was of unknown origin. Citizens later added a suffix -grad to the stone name, in order to create the name for the new region, which was agreed by Farhan Abbas and immediately named the city as such. Jumstraad name then could be interpreted as "city of jumstone".


As capital city

Farhan Abbas' decision to divide Indokistani territory from a city-state into three cities was supported by citizens, and the city was officially established in the end of January 2011 shortly after the the January Revolution. Sayfi I was appointed as the first caretaker leader. He also led the sister cities of Flastraad and Trastraad.

After its establishment, Jumstraad quickly became the centre of Indokistani micronational activities and hosted many government institutions. Beside of political centre, Jumstraad also became the cultural and technology centres, especially after the establishment of Indokistan Technology Development Center.

The city became the main battleground during the Indokistan-Ntolian War in April 2011. Battle of Jumstraad, a fight for the capital between Indokistani people and Ntolian invaders on 7 April, was the main conflict occurred in the capital city during the war.

The city lost its importance in 2012, when the majority of Indokistani citizens left Jumstraad to migrate to other city. With citizens began to be scattered and form new cities from their new location, Jumstraad was finally stripped from its capital status in mid-2012, with its title and function was transferred to the city of Koskenniemi in Slobodan.

Federal State era

Panorama of Jumstraad, the Bolshoiskii Building and Agricultural center is visible

Despite of its declining importance inside the Federal State, Jumstraad remained one of the most important city inside the Central Indokistan state, especially for its historical importance. Indokistani citizens frequently felt nostalgic to the city as Jumstraad was the national capital since 2011 until 2012, considered by citizens as Indokistan's "golden era".

Notable Places

  • Bolshoiskii complex - Indokistani central government and legislative complex that claimed half of the city.
  • Military Center - Located beside the agricultural center and near the city of Flastraad. It was the center of Indokistan Armed Forces training center.
  • Agricultural center - Located near the Bolshoiskii complex gate and beside the military center located south. It become the place when productive plants were planted.


Jumstraad was led by a mayor, who was appointed by the prime minister and was a cabinet member. After the formation of the Federal State in 2013, Jumstraad was ruled directly by the state governor, Farhan Abbas, until 2016.

List of mayors

Name Term of office Political Party Cabinet
Sayfi I. January 2011 April 2011 National November
Ali Akbar April 2011 15 September 2011 National April
Badra Shidqi 16 September 2011 2012 Independent September