Synonyms for donggala or Related words with donggala

mamuju              wonosobo              indramayu              samosir              konawe              brebes              sanggau              nunukan              trenggalek              bulukumba              kolaka              takalar              situbondo              blora              enrekang              majalengka              bengkalis              morowali              mongondow              tasikmalaya              pacitan              kepulauan              pamekasan              grobogan              temanggung              sukoharjo              pandeglang              melawi              bolaang              sumedang              gianyar              ketapang              pangkajene              purbalingga              hasundutan              pinrang              cianjur              probolinggo              karanganyar              sintang              wonogiri              kotawaringin              pasuruan              tapanuli              pasaman              pemalang              solok              banyumas              purwakarta              waropen             

Examples of "donggala"
Persido stand for Persatuan Sepakbola Indonesia Donggala (en: "Football Association of Indonesia Donggala"). Persido Donggala is an Indonesian football club based in Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi. Club played at Liga Indonesia Third Division.
Donggala is a regency in Central Sulawesi Province of Indonesia.
Kaledo (or sop kaledo, abbreviated from kaki lembu donggala) is a traditional cow's trotters soup served in spicy broth, from Donggala regency, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Per its name, the meat used in this particular food is cow's feet and its marrow. The dish originated from Donggala, and from there spread around Sulawesi.
Ngapa is a village in Donggala Regency, in the province of Central Sulawesi in eastern Indonesia.
In 2010, Donggala Regency was divided into sixteen districts ("kecamatan"); as of 2013 it was divided into twenty-one districts. The district has 287 villages/wards.
Palu is the provincial capital and the province's largest city. Other towns include Ampana, Banggai, Bungku, Buol, Donggala, Kolonodale, Luwuk, Parigi, Poso, and Toli-toli.
The Indonesian Protestant Church in Donggala is a Protestant church in the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia. It has more than 40,000 members and is part of the Protestant Church in Indonesia.
For many years the position of "Aquila"s wreck was unknown. One source published in 1999 asserted that Pope had sunk her off the port of Donggala, near Palu in Central Sulawesi. This now seems to be incorrect.
"Aquila" was certainly bombed and sunk by an AUREV aircraft. However, a wreck off Ambon Island, more than east of Donggala, has now been identified as "Aquila". Another source suggests that "Aquila" was bombed not on April 28 but on May 1 or 2.
Its tributary, the Pebatua River, arises in Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi, and forms the Lariang when it is joined by the Koro River from the left (south) at . The river, as the Lariang, goes on to form part of the border between Central Sulawesi and West Sulawesi and enters the Macassar Strait just past the town of Lariang. The mouth is at .
Wasi is an upland village in Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi, on the island of Sulawesi, in Indonesia. It lies at an elevation of approximately 357 meters. It is on the left (north) bank of a tributary of the Lariang River, upstream from Pilimakujawa.
In September 2016, Poso F.C. back to participate in the 2016 season of Nusantara League as the representative of Poso Regency, along with PS Poso. Poso FC is placed in Group A. Their first game begins with a 3-0 victory against Persido Donggala, followed by a 1-1 draw against Persipal Palu, and ended with a 3-0 victory against Persipar Parigi.
Dr Adhyaksa Dault (born June 7, 1963 in Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi) is the State Minister for Youth and Sport Affairs on United Indonesia Cabinet (2004–2009). Before that, he was the head of the National Youth Association (KNPI). He is a supporter of the Indonesian 2022 FIFA World Cup bid. He is currently a Chief Scout of Gerakan Pramuka Indonesia ("Indonesian Scout Movement") from 2013.
Sulawesi black Ebony, also known as diospyros celebica, naturally can be found in Central Sulawesi (Parigi, Poso, Donggala), South Sulawesi (Maros), West Sulawesi (Mamuju) and Maluku. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has issued their red list in 2000 and D. celebica belong to the category of vulnerable species, which means that ebony is at the limit of high risk for extinction in the wild (vulnerable to exploitation).
On April 29, Pope attacked the government-held province of South East Sulawesi. He struck the Indonesian Air Force base at Kendari, the provincial capital, with bombs and machine-gun fire. He then strafed an Indonesian Navy patrol boat, KRI "Intana", killing five crew and wounding another 23. On April 30, Pope again attacked Palu and Donggala; sinking a ship, destroying a warehouse and demolishing a bridge.
Abdee Negara (born June 28, 1968, Donggala) is an Indonesian guitarist, back vocalist, songwriter and record producer. He is best known as Slank's guitarist with fellow guitarist, Ridho, and also has played with many national and international guitarist, including Paul Gilbert. Besides working with Slank, his main band, he is also a producer of another Indonesian band, Serieus. Since the beginning of his career, Negara has presented a rock-blues style of playing.
The capital of Donggala is Banawa, located a 30-minute drive (34 km) north from Palu the capital of the province. Habir Ponulele is the governor of the regency. The regency has a land area of 10,472 km² and had a population of 277,236 at the 2010 Census. the regency lies between 0° 30" north and 2°20" south latitude, and between 119° 45°" and 121° 45" east longitude.
Along with the spread of the religion, Gorontalo city eventually became the center of education and commerce communities in the region "Tomini-Bocht" as Territory Bolaang Mongondow (North Sulawesi), Region Buol, Region Luwuk, Banggai, Donggala (Central Sulawesi) even to the Southeast. This is because, Gorontalo has a very strategic location, its position facing directly into the Gulf of Tomini (south) and the Sulawesi Sea (north).
Pope flew his first AUREV mission on April 27, attacking the government-held island of Morotai in the hours before a Permesta amphibious force successfully landed and took the island. The CIA instructed CAT pilots to target commercial shipping in order to frighten foreign merchant ships away from Indonesian waters, thereby weakening the Indonesian economy and undermining Sukarno's government. On April 28, Pope attacked the government-held province of Central Sulawesi. One source asserts that off the port of Donggala, he bombed and sank three merchant ships: (Italian), (Greek) and (registered in Panama). Pope continued the sortie by attacking Palu, the provincial capital city, destroying 22 vehicles in a truck park.
In the same attack, the same aircraft hit and sank the merchant ships and . One source asserts that all three ships were off the port of Donggala near Palu in Central Sulawesi (at least west of Ambon) when they were hit. This now appears doubtful, as "Aquila"s wreck seems to have been identified in Ambon Bay. Another source states that "Flying Lark" was attacked on 1 or 2 May. This may result partly from confusion between the date she was bombed and the date she sank.