Published: 15th August 2019
Type of volcano: Mudvolcano
Location: Grobogan, Central-Java, Indonesia.
When I arrived in the area I did not know of the presence of this mudvolcano, as I only noticed it when visiting the neighboring ` Bledug Banjar. Their locations are only a couple hundred meters apart. The locals I met called this mudvolcano `Bledug Detil`. It is located within a village between two houses. On closer inspection, I could see that the slow outflow of mud have shaped the mudflow into a shield structure. Quite liquid mud and water was present on the top of it. Bubbles of mud rose trough the two central pools located at the center/top. The floor of the mudvolcano had patches of salt grains. Bledug Detil have the looks of being a rather recent mud flow.
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