A woman and her puppy doll take a rest during Mount Guntur climbing in West Java. © Reynold Sumayku

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A woman and her puppy doll take a rest during Mount Guntur climbing in West Java. © Reynold Sumayku Stock Photo
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A woman and her puppy doll take a rest during Mount Guntur climbing in West Java. © Reynold Sumayku
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Guntur is a complex of several overlapping stratovolcanoes about 10 km NW of the city of Garut in western Java. Young lava flows, the most recent of which was erupted in 1840, are visible on the flanks of the erosionally unmodified Gunung Guntur, which rises about 1550 m above the plain of Garut. Guntur is one of a group of younger cones constructed to the SW of an older eroded group of volcanoes at the NE end of the complex. Guntur, whose name means "thunder," is the only historically active center, with eruptions having been recorded since the late-17th century. Although Guntur produced frequent explosive eruptions in the 19th century, making it one of the most active volcanoes of western Java, it has not erupted since.
Location: Garut district, West Java province, Indonesia.