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    Tolire Lake, Ternate - North Maluku

    Tolire Lake which is 10 km from the central city of Ternate, located in District of Ternate, Ternate, North Maluku. Lake Tolire be under the foot of Mount Gamalama, the highest volcano in North Maluku and divided into two parts, namely the Great Lakes and Lake Tolire Tolire Small. The distance between the two is only about 200 meters. From the second lake, which is frequently visited are the Great Lakes Tolire. Great Lakes Tolire resembles a giant pan, with an area of about 5 acres and a depth of 50 meters.

    Visitors who throw stones or other objects into the lake, no matter how strong throw, will never touch the surface of the lake water. Visitors who do not believe, to try to throw after buying stones are sold in the lake at 1,000 for the five seed stone. But no one can throw touch the surface of the lake water. Local people believe that stones are thrown, not touching the water surface, as restrained by the supernatural powers of the bottom of the lake. According to local residents supernatural forces believed to come from invisible alligator that is in the lake. At this location, visitors can also enjoy a view of Mount Gamalama that stretches in front of Lake Tolire and visitors can enjoy a variety of specialties are available in small shops, a distance of 100 meters from the lake.

    To visit the Lake Tolire Tolire Large and Small, it is not difficult. It only takes about ten minutes from the central city of Ternate, using a chartered car or rent a motorcycle taxi.



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