North Sulawesi Province

Official Name : Sulawesi Utara (Abbreviation: Sul-Ut) ; Origin of Name : ‘

History :

Founded : 4 August 1950

Location :

Capital : Manado

Pop:  (16th )/ Area: (18th-the smallest in Kalimantan)

Province Seal :  Motto :


Administrative Divisions: 4 Autonomous Cities (Kota) 

1. Manado City (also provincial capital)

2. Bitung City

3. Tomohon City

4. Kotamobagu City (also serves as capital of Bolaang Mongondow Regency)

10 Regencies/Municipals (Kabupaten) :

1. BOLAANG MONGONDOW (Kotamobagu – the capital of the regency would move to Lolak, since Kotamobagu is now an autonomous city, separate from the regency)

2. NORTH BOLAANG MONGONDOW (Boroko)

3. SOUTH BOLAANG MONGONDOW (Bolaang Uki)

4. EAST BOLAANG MONGONDOW (Tutuyan)

5. MINAHASA (Tondano)

6. NORTH MINAHASA (Airmadidi)

7. SOUTH MINAHASA (Amurang)

8. SOUTHEAST MINAHASA (Ratahan)

9. KEPULAUAN SANGIHE (SANGIR) (Melonguane)

10. KEPULAUAN TALAUD (Tahuna)

11. KEPULAUAN SIAU TAGULANDANG BIARO (Ondong Siau)

ZIP Code :70-72xxx/ Phone Code: 021

State University:

Airports:

Province Fauna/Floral:

Ethnic/Language of Origin:Betawi/ Bahasa (Melayu) Betawi – the dalam & the pinggir dialects.

Food:

Folksong:  Dance-art:

 

Traditional Clothes:

 

Traditional weapon :

Traditional house :

Downtown & Malls:

 

Port :

Rivers, Mountain & Natural :

National Park/Ocean Park :

Bridge & Dam :

Places of Interest :  *Historical Tourism, including : *Religious Tourism, including :  *Adventure Tourism : *Shopping Tourism :

Visit : Pics of Provincial Capitol & Landmarks (click here):

Official Map:

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