Tag: gunung jawa tengah

Mt. Dieng

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Dieng; Dieng Plateau Note: Dieng Plateau is an active volcanic area in Central Java, which belongs to Banjarnegara and Wonosobo regencies. Located in the west of the complex of Mount Sindoro and Mount Sumbing. The name Dieng comes from a combination of two Kawi words: “di” meaning “place”

Mt. Sumbing

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Sumbing; Note: Along with Mount Sindoro, Sumbing Mountain forms a twin mountain landscape, The gap between this mountain and Mount Sindoro is traversed by a provincial road connecting Temanggung city and Wonosobo city. This street is commonly dubbed as “Kledung Pass”. Because it is composed of very

Mt. Sindoro

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Sindoro; Mt. Sindara; Mt. Sundoro Note: The crater accompanied by a cliff can be found on the northwestern side to the south of the mountain, and the largest is called Kembang. A small lava dome occupies the top of a volcano. History of the eruption of Mount

Mt. Merbabu

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Merbabu Note: Mount Merbabu is known through pre-Islamic manuscripts as Mount Damalung or Mount Pam (a) rihan. On the slopes was once a famous hermitage and was visited by Bujangga Manik in the 15th century. According to etymology, “merbabu” comes from a combination of the words “meru”

Mt. Lawu

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Lawu Note: On the slopes is a small crater that still releases water vapor (fumarole) and sulfur (solfatara). Mount Lawu has a forest area of Dipterocarp Hill, Upper Dipterocarp Forest, Montane forest, and Ericaceous forest. Mount Lawu has three peaks, including Hargo Dalem peak, Hargo Dumiling peak

Mt. Slamet

PROFILE; Maps;  Google Map  Link (*only for information); Name: Mt. Slamet; Mt Agung [referred to as Mt Agung in a Sundanese manuscript of the adventure of Bujangga Manik is Mount Slamet (J. Noorduyn)] Note: The Dutch historian J. Noorduyn theorizes that the name “Slamet” is relatively new, ie after the entry of Islam into Java (the word