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Delve into Tiga Dolok in Indonesia

Tiga Dolok in the region of North Sumatra is located in Indonesia - some 825 mi or ( 1327 km ) North-West of Jakarta , the country's capital .

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Local time in Tiga Dolok is now 12:34 AM (Monday) . The local timezone is named " Asia/Jakarta " with a UTC offset of 7 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Tiga Dolok, Sondi, Simpang Raya, Saribudolok, and Parapat. While being here, you might want to check out Tiga Dolok . We discovered some clip posted online . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Are you curious about the possible sightsseing spots and facts in Tiga Dolok ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


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Crazy little pond. With bubbles and blue water close to my place :D ..

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Interesting facts about this location

Pematangsiantar

Pematangsiantar (sometimes written as Pematang Siantar, acronym PT. Siantar or P. Siantar, colloquially just Siantar but the official name has no space) is an independent city in North Sumatera, Indonesia, surrounded by, but not part of, the Simalungun Regency. Pematangsiantar formerly had the status of a second level district (daerah tingkat dua) and has been elevated to Kota - its population was 219,319 in 1990 Census, 242,756 in 2000 Census, and 229,525 in the 2005 Intercensal count.

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Located at 2.96 99.06 (Lat./Long.); Less than 16 km away
Tags: Cities in Indonesia, Populated places in North Sumatra, Regency capitals of Indonesia

Sibisa Airport

Sibisa Airport is an airport located in Ajibata, Toba Samosir, North Sumatra, Indonesia. The airport is located 10 kilometers from Parapat city, Lake Toba.

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Located at 2.67 98.93 (Lat./Long.); Less than 20 km away
Tags: Airports in Indonesia

Parapat

Parapat is a small town in North Sumatra province on the edge of Lake Toba, on the Uluan Peninsula where it forms the narrowest eastern link to Samosir Island. It is the primary transit point by ferry for visitors going to Samosir Island, and connected via Trans-Sumatran Highway to Pematang Siantar by a 48 km road. Dody Administratively it is part of Simalungun Regency.

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Located at 2.66 98.94 (Lat./Long.); Less than 21 km away
Tags: Lake Toba, Populated places in North Sumatra, Tourism in Indonesia

Lake Toba

Lake Toba is a lake and supervolcano. The lake is 100 kilometres long, 30 kilometres wide, and up to 505 metres (1,666 ft) deep. Located in the middle of the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra with a surface elevation of about 900 metres, the lake stretches from {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:2.88|N|98.52|E||||| | |name= }} to {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:2.35|N|99.1|E||||| | |name= }}.

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Located at 2.68 98.88 (Lat./Long.); Less than 23 km away
Tags: Batak, Crater lakes, Lake Toba, Lakes of Indonesia, Subduction volcanoes, Supervolcanoes, VEI-8 volcanoes, Volcanic calderas of Indonesia, Volcanoes of Sumatra

Toba catastrophe theory

The Toba supereruption (Youngest Toba Tuff or simply YTT) was a supervolcanic eruption that occurred sometime between 69,000 and 77,000 years ago at Lake Toba. It is recognized as one of the Earth's largest known eruptions. The related catastrophe hypothesis holds that this event caused a global volcanic winter of 6–10 years and possibly a 1,000-year-long cooling episode. The Toba event is the most closely studied supereruption.

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Located at 2.68 98.88 (Lat./Long.); Less than 23 km away
Tags: Extinction events, Geology theories, Human evolution, Lake Toba, Prehistoric Indonesia, Supervolcanoes, VEI-8 volcanoes, Volcanic events