|Elevation||1,653 m (5,423 ft) |
|Age of rock||Holocene|
Mount Penanggungan is a small stratovolcano, located immediately on the north side of Arjuno-Welirang volcanic complex in East Java province, Java island, Indonesia. Several Hindu-Buddhist sanctuaries, sacred places and monuments are located on the mountain dating from AD 977–1511. Lava flows and pyroclastic deposits are found around the volcano.
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