A view of the Tidore volcano (Mt. Kiematabu) from the active summit cone of Mt. Gamalama. The two ridges seen here on the summit of Gamalama are old crater rims. The volcanoes of Moti and Makian are visible in the upper right corner of the photo. May 1997 - Photograph copyrighted and provided by Dan Olberg, Senior Geologist, PT Nusa Halmahera Minerals.
A view of Tidore from Fort Toloko in Ternate, built by the Portuguese in 1512. April 1996 - Photograph copyrighted and provided by Dan Olberg, Senior Geologist, PT Nusa Halmahera Minerals.
Tidore Island and Kiematabu, as viewed from the east, from Halmahera Island. January 1995 - Photograph copyrighted and provided by Dan Olberg, Senior Geologist, PT Nusa Halmahera Minerals.
Looking south-southeast across the northern peninsulas of Halmahera. Space Shuttle photo STS056-0098-0082 taken 15 April 15 1993.
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