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|Elevation||1,887 m (6,191 ft)|
|Location||Bougainville, Papua New Guinea|
|Mountain type||Pyroclastic shield|
|Last eruption||1050 BCE (?)|
Lake Loloru, a crescent-shaped crater lake, is within the volcano. It is a sacred place of South Bougainvillians, who traditionally believe the souls of their dead go here upon death.
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