Togean Islands Archipelago

Togean Islands Archipelago

Togean (sometimes spelled Togian) is an Indonesian island in the Gulf of Tomini, part of the Togean Archipelago. It is administratively part of the Tojo Una-Una Regency of Central Sulawesi, consisting largely of the Togean subdistrict with the Tanjung Pude village, part of the Una Una subdistrict, sitting on the western part of the island.

Togean and the other islands in the archipelago were formed by volcanic activity. It is separated from the islands of Batudaka to its southwest and Talakatoh to its east by narrow channels, which are believed to have originated from ancient riverbeds scoured by recent currents.

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