Minahasa is a region located on the northern tip of the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia.
This website contains information about Minahasa. Much of the information are links to external websites like Wikipedia. The administrative maps and lists of governmental representatives are local content from this website.
Browse through a clickable map and list of sites throughout Minahasa that have been designated Cultural Heritage sites by the Ministry of Education and Culture, in addition to a few other important sites.
The tomb of Sam Ratulangi, a prominent Minahasan intelectual who received a doctorate in Switzerland and took part in the struggle of Indonesian independence. He was the first governor of the province of Sulawesi and coined the popular Minahasan phrase Si Tou Timou Tumou Tou, which means a man lives to educate others. Ratulangi was given the title of National Hero in 1961.