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Kalamata Fort

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Louise Wijaya wrote a review Oct 2018
Manado, Indonesia154 contributions20 helpful votes
The Entry is free, we took some photos. But when we want to leave the place, some old man, ask us for money (not specific amount) but we ok for that.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Jirka Š wrote a review Feb 2018
Czech Republic5 contributions
Good place for short stop. Near to Kota Ternate. Interesting, that even today Is very well kept.....
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Javier_3456 wrote a review Jan 2018
Barcelona, Spain50 contributions8 helpful votes
Well preserved fort, very near the sea and not very far away from Kuta Ternate. Very easy access by ojek . Near the fort other interesting places as Ngade lagoon or Panorama Cafe ( very nice views of the nearby islands of Maitara and Tidore)
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Marcus wrote a review Dec 2017
Lomma, Sweden484 contributions393 helpful votes
The Kalamata Fort is a small wellkept fort with origins from the portoguese in 1540 - the starfort was built by the dutch in early 1600. Clean and well kept. The fort is small and there isnt really that much to see but the way it is kept in shape is really amazing. There are no entryfee but there is a goatherder who claims taking care of the place... I gave him 5000 rph.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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FarAway728900 wrote a review Sep 2017
21 contributions7 helpful votes
Best preserved stonework fort in Ternate, but no cannons. Only one sign, all in Indonesian, with history.so much more could be done.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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