Sulawesi is the world's eleventh largest island and Indonesia's fourth largest island. Minahasa and Sangir are two families of Malayo-Polynesian languages spoken throughout North Sulawesi. Christianity, Islam, and traditional religion are all practiced among the people groups that comprise the Minahasa-Sangir of Sulawesi people cluster.
Peoples within this cluster:
Bantik; Bintauna; Mongondow; Ponasakan; Ratahan; Sangirese; Siau Sanginese; Tagulandang; Talaud; Tombulu Menadonese; Tondanou; Tonsawang; Tonsea; Tontemboa
Countries where they are found:
Unreached people groups:
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