Prambanan temples threatened by mudflow from recent rains

Recent heavy rains experienced in central Java may cause ash and rock to collect in the Opak River, which runs very near the Prambanan temples. Volcanic mudflow has already caused serious damage to buildings in localities around central Java, in some cases realigning the path of rivers and forcing mass evacuations.

Prambanan threatened by mudflow from recent rains | SEAArch – The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog.

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