The Legendary Krakatau Volcano
On August 26th, 1883 the island volcano of Krakatau exploded with devastating fury. The eruption was one of the most catastrophic natural disasters in recorded history. The explosion was heard more than 3000 miles away, creating Tsunamis or tidal waves as high as 40 meters. After the explosion a new volcano evolved “Anak Krakatau” or the child of Krakatau which can be visited today.
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