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Latest news from Merapi:
Sunday, Jun 21, 2020
Ash column from Merapi volcano today (image: BPPTKG)
After a phase of relative calm since beginning May, two powerful explosions occurred at the volcano today, at 09:13 and 09:27 local time. The both eruptions took place 328 seconds and 100 seconds respectively. ... read all
Standing on top of Merapi volcano at sunrise
Standing on top of Merapi volcano at sunrise

Pyroclastic flow from Merapi volcano
Pyroclastic flow from Merapi volcano

Merapi's steep cone seen from the east
Merapi's steep cone seen from the east
 

Merapi volcano

Stratovolcano 2968 m / 9,737 ft, Central Java, Indonesia, -7.54°S / 110.44°E
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Merapi volcano seen from the south
Merapi volcano seen from the south
Merapi volcano seen from Yogyakarta
Merapi volcano seen from Yogyakarta
Canyons and standing blocks, remnants of the old S flank of Merapi, reshaped by landslides
Canyons and standing blocks, remnants of the old S flank of Merapi, reshaped by landslides
Merapi's lava dome
Merapi's lava dome
Spines at the lava dome of Merapi
Spines at the lava dome of Merapi
 

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