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Masohi is a town in the central part of the Indonesian island of Seram. It is the capital of the Central Maluku Regency (Kebupaten Maluku Tengah). It was the site of a detention camp for political prisoners in the 1970s. Masohi is located 2467 kilometers from Jakarta. The headquarters of Manusela National Park is located in Masohi.
- Latitude: -3.33 (3° 19' 60 S)
- Longitude 128.92 (128° 55' 0 E)
The Maluku sectarian conflict impacted Masohi at the end of 1999 and in early 2000. A fresh outbreak of violence occurred in 2008 in Masohi over alleged blasphemy by a teacher. Dozens of houses were burnt, as well as a church and a village hall. Five injuries were reported.
- Roads run east and west along the coast from Masohi. Another road goes over the mountains to Wahai on the north coast.
- An airport exists here, linking Masohi with Ambon and Banda.
- The sea port serves boats arriving from Ambon, Saparua and other parts of the Moluccas.
Points of interest include the cave Goa Akohi (near Tamilouw village) and a small lake, Ihu Allah.