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Moluccas Halmahera, Worat worat Village

Moluccas Halmahera Worat worat Village

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This is how Sasadu (traditional home of West Halmahera) looks like. When the wheather is strikingly hot outside, just come inside the house and we’ll feel like in the heaven. The weeded-roof makes it the air inside soothes.

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