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Universitas Bumi Hijrah Tidore.
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Founded in 2012, Universitas Bumi Hijrah Tidore (Bumi Hijrah University of Tidore) is a private higher education institution located in the large town of Tidore Kepulauan (population range of 50,000-249,999 inhabitants), North Maluku. Officially accredited and/or recognized by the Kementerian Riset, Teknologi, dan Pendidikan Tinggi (Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia), Universitas Bumi Hijrah Tidore is a coeducational higher education institution. Universitas Bumi Hijrah Tidore offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees in several areas of study. See the uniRank degree levels and areas of study matrix below for further details. Universitas Bumi Hijrah Tidore also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including as well as administrative services.
Five centuries ago, on 20th September 1519, Ferdinand Magellan, renowned Portuguese explorer, set sail from Portugal in quest of a western sea route to the rich Spice Islands said to be in the Far East. Today the original Spice Islands are called the Maluku or Maluccas located in the eastern part of the Indonesian Archipelago.
Five centuries ago, on 20th September 1519, Ferdinand Magellan, renowned Portuguese explorer, set sail from Portugal in quest of a western sea route to the rich Spice Islands said to be in the Far East. Today the original Spice Islands are called the Maluku or Maluccas located in the eastern part of the Indonesian Archipelago. The expedition resulted into a historic voyage being the first ever flotilla to have circum-navigated planet earth, thereby unquestionably proving that the earth is round, and not flat.
Five centuries after this historic event, in 2019, this historic voyage will be commemorated internationally, where ships from a number of countries will retrace the same route of Magellan�s voyage around the world to find this tiny island called Tidore in North Maluku, being the original island where the precious sought after nutmegs grew. For this historic reason, the island of Tidore will also become the final port and pinnacle destination of the Ferdinand Magellan�s Voyage 500 Years Commemoration Sail Expedition.
At the 6th Global Network Magellan Cities (GNMC) Meeting held in Lisbon, Portugal from 18th to 22nd January 2017, Representatives from Tidore Islands City administration were especially invited to attend. The Meeting was attended by 17 member countries of GNMC, where on this occasion; the City of Tidore represented Indonesia. The 6th GNMC was officially opened by the Mayor of Lisbon, Ferdinand Medina, in the presence of Portugal�s Minister of Internal Affairs.
Among resolutions taken during the meeting that mainly focused on boosting cooperation and development in tourism, culture, science and technology, as well as strengthen relations between GNMC member countries, discussions were also made to prepare the island of Tidore that it will be the pinnacle and last port-of-call in the Ferdinand Magellan�s Voyage 500 Years Commemoration Sail Expedition. The expedition itself is scheduled to sail off from Lisbon in February 2019.
In his remarks, the mayor of Tidore highlighted the importance of the island in world history. �Tidore, indeed, played a great role in contributing to world civilization. Although it is but a small island, Tidore holds a strong position in history since the zero (central) point that proved that the earth is definitely a globe is found in the Rum area, in the Tidore Island City� explained Tidore�s Mayor. Therefore, Tidore has, become an important entry point in the development of GNMC, once the city-island became an official part of the Magellan cities.
Historians present at the meeting acknowledged the significant role played by Tidore in world history. Historian from the Magellan Geology Museum, therefore, stressed that for this reason, Tidore Island should receive special attention from GNMC as to its future developments. The next meeting of GNMC in 2018 will be hosted by Santa Cruz, in Bolivia.
History recorded that in 1519 Magellan led a flotilla of five ships with about 270 men on a voyage in quest of a westward route to the Maluku Islands, which at that time was better known as the �Spice Islands�. The voyage, later renowned as �The Magellan�s Expedition� took place from 1519 to 152, that resulted in the solid prove that the earth is definitely round and a globe and not flat as many scientists used to believe. The expedition changed the way people looked at the world, which led to the revolution of science. The expedition also marked the starting point of colonization of the Far East when European nations fought for these very lucrative Spices, especially pepper and nutmeg.
Indonesia History – Sultanate of Tidore (1450-1904)
In the pre-colonial era, Tidore was a major regional political and economic power, and a fierce rival of nearby Ternate, just to the north. The sultans of Tidore ruled most of southern Halmahera, and, at times, controlled Buru, Ambon and many of the islands off the coast of Papua. Antonio d’Albreo was sent by d’Albuquerque to the Moluccas after the latter had subjugated Malacca in 1511. He found the Sultan of Ternate in the usual state of war with the Sultan of Tidore, and promptly took sides. Even at that time the Portuguese applied the principle in government so successfully followed by other colonizing powers, to-wit: “Divide that you may rule.”
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