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Gorontalo

 

a city and port in Indonesia, located on the shore of the Tomini Gulf in the northeastern part of Sulawesi Island. Population, 71,000 (1961). Gorontalo is the center of a plantation region. It exports copra, kapok, coffee, rattan, wood, resins, and hides.

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353 km (219 miles) SW (235 degrees) of Gorontalo, Sulawesi, Indonesia
TABLE 7 Ratio for Number of Bank Office Service and ATM per 100,000 Adults, 2014 Province Bank Office ATM Service Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam 20 26 North Sumatra 22 36 West Sumatra 23 26 Riau 22 37 Jambi 21 27 South Sumatra 16 29 Bengkulu 22 22 Lampung 13 19 Bangka Belitung Islands 22 38 Riau Islands 29 75 DKI Jakarta 71 215 West Java 17 40 Central Java 18 26 DI Yogyakarta 29 55 East Java 17 34 Ban ten 17 63 Bali 31 81 West Nusa Tenggara 13 21 East Nusa Tenggara 15 17 West Kalimantan 23 26 Central Tengah 18 27 South Kalimantan 26 41 East Kalimantan 32 60 North Sulawesi 21 43 Central Sulawesi 15 25 South Sulawesi 19 40 Southeast Sulawesi 17 23 Gorontalo 16 21 West Sulawesi 12 14 Maluku 15 23 North Maluku 6 8 West Papua 33 54 Papua 54 97 Source: Bank Indonesia.
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In Gorontalo, on Sulawesi Island, the government removed its entire female support staff in July 2013, replacing it with men, supposedly to discourage extramarital affairs.
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It was felt in the major cities of Manado and Gorontalo in northern Sulawesi, with residents reporting shakes and light tremors.
89 Central Sulawesi, Gorontalo South Sulawesi, West Sulawesi, 514.