Visit a Ghost Village at the Foot of an Angry Indonesian Volcano

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Ten of thousands have fled communities around Mount Sinabung since 2010, when the volcano awoke from a 400-year slumber. The 8,000-foot stratovolcano erupted again three years later, and today it is among the most active of Indonesia’s 130 volcanoes.

Everything within 2.5 miles is off-limits, a precaution that left  “ghost villages” dotting the Sumatran countryside.

Read more on https://www.wired.com/2017/02/visit-ghost-village-foot-angry-indonesian-volcano/

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