Toba - Places

Places

  • Lake Toba, a lake in northern Sumatra, Indonesia, and site of the volcanic Toba eruption 75,000 years ago
    • Toba catastrophe theory, according to which modern human evolution was affected by the Toba eruption
  • Toba, Mie, a city in Mie prefecture, Japan
  • Toba (Nova Crnja), a village near Nova Crnja, Serbia
  • Toba, Ethiopia
  • Toba, Tibet
  • Toba, Jhelum, a village in Pakistan
  • Toba Tek Singh, a district city in Punjab, Pakistan.

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