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Tana Toraja

highland area of Southern Sulawesi famed for extraordinary funeral rites

245km

-3120

Komodo National Park

home of the Komodo dragon and a hugely important marine ecosystem

376km

-8.54119.48
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Fort Rotterdam

Dutch fort built in Makassar on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia during the 1670s

1.2km

-5.13416667119.40555556

South Sulawesi

province of Indonesia

128km

-4.33333333120.25

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Makassar

Indonesia
Makassar, formerly called Ujung Pandang, is the capital of South Sulawesi province. It has the largest population of any city on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, and is the fifth largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung and Medan. The city is on the southwest coast of Sulawesi, facing the Makassar strait. It is regarded as the gateway to the eastern part of Indonesia.

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Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

30.7°C23.2
Precipitation: 734 mm

Feb

31°C22.7
Precipitation: 533 mm

Mar

31.3°C23.3
Precipitation: 391 mm

Apr

32°C23.6
Precipitation: 235 mm

May

32.1°C23.4
Precipitation: 127 mm

Jun

32.5°C22.9
Precipitation: 66 mm

Jul

32.4°C21.7
Precipitation: 48 mm

Aug

34.3°C20.1
Precipitation: 15 mm

Sep

34.8°C21.2
Precipitation: 83 mm

Oct

34.6°C21.7
Precipitation: 83 mm

Nov

33.5°C22.7
Precipitation: 273 mm

Dec

31.3°C23
Precipitation: 549 mm
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