Synonyms for tondano or Related words with tondano
Examples of "tondano"
There are three main dialects of the
proper, Kakas or Ka'kas, and Remboken.
city there is an Universitas Negeri Manado (UNIMA) campus in Tonsaru area, South
was the birthplace of Indonesian national hero Doctor Sam Ratulangi, that also the first governor of Sulawesi.
is the largest lake in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
(also known as "Tolou, Tolour, Tondanou," and "Toulour") is an Austronesian language spoken in the
area of northeast Sulawesi, Indonesia and in the United States. It is most similar to the Tombulu language and to the Tonsea language.
Minahasa Regency is a regency in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Its capital is
rat (Taeromys taerae) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae.
is the capital of Minahasa Regency, comprissing four kecamatan, in Sulawesi, Indonesia. The city is located in the highlands on the shores of Lake
, and enjoys cool temperatures. The city can be reached from Manado around 35 km to the south via Tomohon city, through an eastern route via Kecamatan Tombulu, or through north-east via Airmadidi (the capital of North Minahasa Regency).
Subsequently a new group of people arrived in Pulisan peninsula. Due to numerous conflicts in this area, they then moved inland and established villages surrounding a large lake. These people were therefore called
, Toudano or Toulour (meaning water people). This lake is now the
Tondanichthys kottelati is a species of viviparous halfbeak endemic to Indonesia, where it is only known from Lake
in the far north of the island of Sulawesi. It grows to a length of SL. Despite being a member of the viviparous halfbeak family, this species is believed to be oviparous.
underwent several changes: at first the Guidance and Counseling University of Hasanuddin Makassar, then turned into FKIP Unhas
in Manado, FKIP Unsulutteng(Sulawesi Tengah), IKIP Branch Yogyakarta at Manado, and the latter being a stand-alone IKIP based PTIP Decree No. 38 dated March 8, 1965.
In more recent times, the somma volcanoes of Soputan, Sempu, Lokon-Empung and Mahawu have been constructed along the rim of the
caldera, with Soputan being the youngest and most frequently active of the group. The
caldera has been investigated as a potential source for geothermal energy to support the growing population in the vicinity of the caldera. Energy demand has been growing in Indonesia, and the
caldera system could potentially provide clean energy for thousands of residents in northern Sulawesi.
The 5 km long and 3.5 km wide ellipsoidal Pangolombian caldera lies entirely within the
Caldera, and formed from a large eruption of an older Somma volcano
Other places of interest include nearby Lake
, Lake Linow, Lokon Volcano, Klabat Volcano and Mahawu Volcano, Bukit Kasih ( Hill of Love ) and Watu Pinabetengan.
in the province of North Sulawesi, Sulawesi, Indonesia, has a 20 × 30 km wide caldera which was formed in the Late Miocene or Early Pliocene
Tha name "
" in Minahasa language is called "toulour" which means "water people" ("tou" means people, "lour" means body of water).
Maesa Stadium is a multi-use stadium in
, Indonesia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is used as the home stadium for Persmin Minahasa. The stadium has a capacity of 15,000 people.
Since 2003, Shaar Hashamayim synagogue has been serving the local Jewish community of some 20 people in
city, Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi. Currently it is the only synagogue in Indonesia that provides services.
formed by a massive eruption. Post caldera activity includes Pyroclastic cones, obsidian flows and geothermal areas in the caldera area. The Lake
lies in the east side of the caldera.
In recent years there have been reports of decreasing water levels at Lake
; from 1934 when it was 40 meters, to 1993 to 23 meters, 18 meters in 1996 and 12 meters in 2010.
The son of Jozias Ratulangi and Augustina Gerungan, both from wealthy, well-respected Minahasa families, Sam Ratulangi was born in
, North Sulawesi, at the time a part of the Dutch East Indies. He was a gifted student, who after completing his studies in
and Batavia went to Amsterdam in the Netherlands for further studies. He graduated from a teacher's college as a science teacher in 1915, studied for two more years at the University of Amsterdam, and in 1919 earned his Ph.D. at the University of Zurich, Switzerland.
Copyright © 2017