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South Sumatra is a province on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. An agricultural region of plantations and wetlands, it has a mountainous western border formed by the volcanic Bukit Barisan range. The inland city Palembang, a commercial hub straddling the Musi River, is the provincial capital. The landmark Ampera Bridge spans the river, and tour boats offer cruises.