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Bromo

 

an active volcano in Indonesia, on western Java in the northern part of the Tenger mountain massif. Elevation, 2,614 m. As of 1967, 37 eruptions of Bromo had been recorded (the earliest dated was in 1804).

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From Mount Bromo, visitors can also get a good view of Java's tallest mountain, Mount Semeru, a highly active volcano that is said to belch out large plumes of volcanic smoke every 20 minutes.
Several airlines have cancelled flights to Indonesia's top tourist island of Bali because of volcanic ash and visitors have been barred from going within a two-kilometres radius of Mount Bromo.
Mount Bromo, on eastern Java island and one of dozens of active volcanoes in the archipelago, started erupting in November.
Sugeng Priyono, spokesman for the national railway PT Kereta Api Indonesia, said the Argo Bromo Anggrek train was traveling from Jakarta to the East Java provincial capital city of Surabaya, when it plowed into the stationary Senja Utama train before dawn.
Sugeng Priyono, a spokesman for the national railway PT Kereta Api Indonesia, said the Argo Bromo Anggrek train was travelling from Jakarta to the East Java provincial capital of Surabaya, when it ploughed into the stationary Senja Utama train before dawn.
Bromo before catching a ferry to the island of gods and goddesses, Bali.
They would order one of everything: a shake, root beer, cone and spend three hours there; then they'd finish it off with a Bromo Seltzer.
She takes a bromo seltzer with every meal and has been making the rounds of foreign embassies applying for emigration visas.
Here you can live remote from calendars, gulp Bromo, never budge once you have settled, and glare at your reflection in the glass as streetlamps stare down into shrinking puddles.
One of the first things you can do is e-mail a condolence letter to a fan of a team that failed to make the playoffs, complete with a photo of Lasorda, decked out in full Sinatra tux gear, looking as if he could use a Bromo.
Bromo on Java Island took place as officials said about 20,000 villagers living on the slope of Mt.
It was originally adorned with a huge Bromo Seltzer bottle which had to be removed in 1936 for safety reasons and has now been replaced with a beautiful blue glow.