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Ternate and Tidore: Where The Cloves Made The History

Since early of the last millennium, the small islands of Ternate and Tidore in the Moluccas were the only source for cloves in the world. Indian, Arab, Chinese and Javanese merchants used to call on these islands to carry home … Continue reading

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Tagalaya Island, North Maluku

In Tobelo, North Maluku, there is a beautiful island which totally promoted by the government; Tagalaya island. The island of Tagalaya is giving cleaning water as glass and natural view like paintings. The beauty of Eastern Indonesia is never get … Continue reading

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Sula Islands – North Maluku

Sula Islands The Sula Islands (Indonesian: Kepulauan Sula) are a group of islands in North Maluku in Indonesia. Its three main islands are Mangole, Sanana (Sula Besi/Xulla Besi) and Taliabu, with smaller islands Lifamatola and Seho. It is administered as … Continue reading

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Jailolo, The Volcanoes Complex

Jailolo Jailolo is a sub-district in West Halmahera regency, in North Maluku. Jailolo is a volcanic complex on a peninsula (Jailolo Bay). It has lava flows on the eastern flank, small caldera at the west and southwest of the mountain, … Continue reading

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This Is Ternate

Ternate Ternate is one autonomous city and the capital city of Noth Maluku. The city is located under the foot of the volcano Gamalama. Ternate is a visually dramatic cone-shaped island. The islands are ancient Islamic sultanates with a long … Continue reading

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