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The Minahasa Peninsula is the long peninsula in northern Sulawesi, north of the Gulf of Tomini.
|Adjacent bodies of water||Celebes Sea|
Gulf of Tomini
|Province|| North Sulawesi|
The Minahasa Peninsula, also spelled Minahassa, is one of the four principal peninsulas on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. It stretches north from the central part of the island, before turning to the east and forming the northern boundary of the Gulf of Tomini and the southern boundary of the Celebes Sea.
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