Nusa Tenggara also known as Lesser Sunda islands is a region in eastern Indonesia consisting of a number of islands located between Bali, Pa, New Guinea, Maluku and Australia. These island have a relatively more dry climate and mostly mountainous. The island in the north of Nusa Tenggara (Lombok, Sumbawa, Flores, Wetar and more) are of volcanic origin, while the islands in the southern part (Sumba, Timor, Babar and more) are not of volcanic origin and belong to the Australian plate. All these islands except for the eastern part of Timor which is an independent country, belong to Indonesia.
Flores photo gallery  - 205 pictures of Flores
Komodo national park photo gallery  - 85 pictures of Komodo national park
West Timor photo gallery  - 174 pictures of West Timor
205 photos of Flores, the second largest of the Lesser Sunda islands in the Indonesian Nusa Tenggara province
85 photos of the Komodo national park in Indonesia's Nusa Tenggara province
174 photos of West Timor, a province of east Indonesia
Sumba photo gallery  - 185 pictures of Sumba
185 photos of Sumba, a large island in east Indonesia known for its traditional villages and characteristic culture
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