– North Sulawesi Gorontalo Nature Reserves, Minerals and Mining, Plantations

North Sulawesi 

Gorontalo Nature Reserves, Minerals and Mining, Plantations

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Goods Mine which is explored and exploitation is gold, sand go out to sea the, iron ore, iron sand, limestone and manganese. Besides big company, people or business activity referred in ordinary mining illegal of CASE (Gold Mine of without Permit) also partake to enliven the effort mining in this province. About 7,250 CASE is gone the round of Regency of Balaang Mangondow, Regency of Minahasa South Arch, Regency of Minahasa North, Regency of Minahasa and Regency Sangihe.

To fulfill electrics requirement, governmental have developed the evocation of electrics of geothermal power (PLTP) Lahending, with the capacities attached by equal to 80 MW and start to operate since 2006. Experienced resource of earth heat in this time circulate wide in society of because relative more free.

Sulawesi Tribes

North Sulawesi 15 Tribes

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Gorontalo 900.000 Islam
The Gorontalo homelanSulawesi, tribe, gorontalo,sukud in northern Sulawesi is surrounded by North Sulawesi Province to the east, Central Sulawesi Province to the west, the Sulawesi Sea to the north, and Tomini Bay to the south. In the year 2000, Gorontalo officially gained povincial status when North Sulawesi Province was divded in two. This new province has two counties; Gorontalo and Bualemo. The area is composed of extensive coastlines, rugged mountains, and a large central valley with beautiful Lake Limboto at its center. The Gorontalo have traditionally lived along the coast and in the fertile lowlands beside rivers and streams. The Gorontalo language cluster includes three branches: Gorontalo (spoken by 90% of Gorontalo), Suwawa (spoken in the extreme eastern district) and Atinggola (spoken on the northern coast near Bolaang Mongondow Regency).
The Gorontalo make their living by farming or fishing. An important segment is active in various businesses, from selling used clothing in the marketplace to running national companies. A number are powerful national figures. Locally made crafts include rattan kopiah (a type of Muslim hat), distinctive Kerawang embroidery, and woven mats. Handicraft centers are found in the various districts and in the municipality of Gorontalo. Tourists enjoy the view of Lake Limboto from a cluster of three ancient Portuguese forts. The city offers a number of budget hotels. Currently, four airlines serve the newly expanded airport. Gorontalo genealogy is bilateral (traced through both parents). Within the immediate family, children are not allowed to joke with their father, but must act respectfully. This is also true for dealings with older adult relatives. However, relationships are more open with grandmothers and older siblings.
The Gorontalo have been Muslims.

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