Cereme (or Ciremai) volcano close to the north coast of Java is a symmetric stratovolcano and among the most beautiful and largest of Java's active volcanoes. It contains a deep twin crater elongated in E-W direction.
Cereme's historic eruptions were infrequent, and consited mainly in mild explosive activity and mud flows from the summit crater.
Washington, USA (mainland exept Alaska), 46.5°N / -121.45°W
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