Mount Singgalang

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Singgalang
Singgalang.jpg
Singgalang in 2002
Elevation 2,877 m (9,439 ft)
Listing Ultra
Ribu
Location
Location West Sumatra, Indonesia
Range Barisan Mountains
Coordinates 0°23′24″S 100°19′51″E / 0.39000°S 100.33083°E / -0.39000; 100.33083
Geology
Type Stratovolcano

Singgalang is a volcano in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Its elevation is 2,877 m (9,439 ft). It is a twin volcano with Mount Tandikat, which is located to the south-south-west of Singgalang. However, only Tandikat has had historical volcanic activity. The cities of Bukittinggi and Padang Panjang are located adjacent to the mountain.

There are 2 lakes at the summit, named Dewi (Goddess) and Kumbang (Beetle).[1]

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