North Sumatra, Indonesia
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Mount Sinabung
After Gunung Sinabung erupted, all the villages within 4km were evacuated in 2015. Now the villages are eerily empty, and you will get very close to the volcano if you visit one. Always be mindful in situations like this though!
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