Southeast Peninsula, Sulawesi

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The Southeast Peninsula of Sulawesi (Celebes) is the peninsula of that Indonesian island that lies between the Bay of Tolo and the Gulf of Boni. It is mostly coterminous with the province of Southeast Sulawesi.

Several islands are situated off its south-eastern tip, including Muna and Buton.

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