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Manado

(mänä`dō) or

Menado

(mānä`dō), town (1990 pop. 318,406), capital of Sulawesi Utara prov., on the northeast coast of Sulawesi, Indonesia. It is a trade center and seaport on an inlet of the Celebes Sea; exports include copra, coffee, spices, sugarcane, and lumber. In Manado is the Univ. of North and Central Sulawesi, as well as an extension facility of the Islamic Univ. of Indonesia.

Manado

 

a city and port on the Sulawesi coast, in Indonesia. It is the administrative center of the province of Northern Sulawesi. Population, 169,700 (1971). Manado is the commercial center of an agricultural and fishing region. It has enterprises for the processing of agricultural products.

Menado

, Manado
a port in NE Indonesia, on NE Sulawesi: founded by the Dutch in 1657. Pop.: 372 887 (2000)
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