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People Of South Sulawesi, Indonesia Who Remove Their Dead From Coffins After Every 3 Years, Here Is Why (PHOTOS)



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Numerous rituals and festivals practiced all around the world frequently leave us in awe.

And now for a custom that the inhabitants of Toraja, Indonesia, follow that you probably never would have thought of.

A hilly area in South Sulawesi, Indonesia is home to the Torajan ethnic group.

There are about 1,100,000 people there, of whom 450,000 are in Tana Toraja regency. The majority of people are Christians, while some also practice Islam or the native aluk animist religion.

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