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Kate Kesu Sulawesi Indonesia
Indonesia

Kate Kesu is traditional Torajan village, where you can see the houses called “Tongkonan”. Some of them still with bamboo roofs (in our days metal replaced bamboo) this village is also famous for woodcarving.

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