Mount Bromo, on the volcano-dotted island of Java, erupted for exactly one year, from November 12, 2015, to November 12, 2016. The cone emitted varying levels of ash and heat, disrupting flights and local tourism.

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Mount Bromo, on the volcano-dotted island of Java, erupted for exactly one year, from November 12, 2015, to November 12, 2016. The cone emitted varying levels of ash and heat, disrupting flights and local tourism.
Photograph by REYNOLD RIKSA DEWANTARA

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