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==Religion==
 
==Religion==
  
Flores is almost all Catholic and represents one of the "religious borders" created by the Catholic expansion in the Pacific and the spread of Islam from the west across Indonesia. In other places in Indonesia, such as in Maluku and Sulawesi, the divide is more rigid and has been the source of bloody sectarian clashes.
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Flores is almost all Catholic and represents one of the "religious borders" created by the Catholic expansion in the Pacific and the spread of Islam from the west across Indonesia. In other places in Indonesia, such as in Maluku and Sulawesi, the divide is more rigid and has been the source of bloody sectarian clashes.
  
 
==Talk==
 
==Talk==
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The islands to the east see very few tourists are very interesting. [[Adonara]], [[Lembata]], [[Solor]] and [[Alor]] can be reached by regular boats,Special in Lembata island to see the Whale hunting, people there hunt Whale by traditional way, with wooden boat(Pledang) and traditional spear made from iron with bamboo(Tempuling) and you can also explore the local life style. its really interesting more over there less tourist visiting.
 
The islands to the east see very few tourists are very interesting. [[Adonara]], [[Lembata]], [[Solor]] and [[Alor]] can be reached by regular boats,Special in Lembata island to see the Whale hunting, people there hunt Whale by traditional way, with wooden boat(Pledang) and traditional spear made from iron with bamboo(Tempuling) and you can also explore the local life style. its really interesting more over there less tourist visiting.
  
*[[Bena village,Ngada district]] traditional village form from megalitic stones, exceptional view and history of this region with many small villages and Bena Village as most popular tourist attraction.You can buy traditional handmade artifacts such as ikat or machete style knife -parang. For a local guide who can show you around and offer pick up from Labuan Bajo or Maumere, please contact - [email protected] or call Firminus 081337871760.
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*[[Bena village,Ngada district]] traditional village form from megalitic stones,exeptional view and history of this region with many small villages and Bena Village as most popular tourist attraction.You can buy traditional handmade artifacts such as ikat or machete style knife-parang.Local guide who can show you around and offer pick up from Labuan Bajo or Maumere please contact,[email protected] or call Firminus 081337871760.
  
  

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