Magellan is one of the six cities of Central Java, each of which is ruled by a mayor instead of Bapti. It is placed at the center of Magalang Regency between Mount Meerbabu and Mount Pipeline in the central Java province of Indonesia. Magellanang is placed thirty-three km north of Yogyakarta, 15 km north of Mungkid and 65 km south of Semarang, capital of Central Java. Maggalang turned on set-up on eleven April 907. Magellanag then became a village named Mantyasih, which is now called Methhes.
There are three important historical significance in Magellan, such as Poh, Gilgan and Mantiših, all written on a plate of copper. Poth and Mantasih have been written under the guidance of Balatunga King of Mataram Empire. In the Styles, the villages of Muntaysih and Glenggang have been referred. They became Metsheh and Magellong, respectively. In Montisih Stale, in addition to 829 bul suspicions, King Vatukura also named the name of Bitalung, 11th Paro-Galing Pingkalen Jungle, Pasaran Umnani Hari Sense Sakarka Ata Sabuut Attu, meaning eleven April 907.
From the way of the village of Mananti Shah Turned into a tax-free village, which changed the path of a party like these days, like the Prime Minister. Apart from these, Mount Susundara and Mount Vukir pipeline have been mentioned, which are now called Mount Sindroo and Mount Pipeline. When the British settled Magalang within the eighteenth century, then became the seat of the Magellan officers, and Ms. Nagbih became equal to a residency with Danukromo.