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Climbing Mount Merapi / Java

Posted in Landscapes, Latest of Asienreisender with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 24, 2015 by Thim Kwai

Climbing Mount Merapi is possible, with or without guide. Since it’s not easy to get a good guide here, going by oneself is an option. One has to be somewhat careful then, though, and to consider some things before starting. The reward of the climb is the view deep down into the crater of one of the most active and dangerous volcanos on earth.

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Gunung Merapi – The Fire Mountain of Java

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Mount Merapi on Java is one of the most active volcanos in the world. His outbreaks appear every few years, and sometimes they are huge. With every outbreak Merapi is changing it’s shape.

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Dieng Plateau – Abode of the Gods

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The Dieng Plateau is one of Java’s great landscapes in two ways: first it’s an archeological landscape which was home for a medieval temple city, representing the oldest remaining Javanese stone buildings; second Dieng Plateau is the result of the outbreak of a huge, ancient volcano some 16,000 years ago, which left the high plain with about 100 new craters, volcanic mountain lakes and some other volcanoes around.

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Candi Bima, Dieng Plateau, Java

Candi Bima, Dieng Plateau

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