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South Sulawesi is a province on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia, with landscape that includes mountains, beaches and islands. Makassar, the capital, is home to 17th-century Fort Rotterdam, a harborside Dutch colonial landmark. Tana Toraja is a highland region of traditional villages. Its culture is notable for elaborate funeral rituals, cliff tombs and saddle-roofed tongkonan houses around Rantepao, its main town.