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Impressed by these worn fingers of lava sticking up in the air.
Several kilometers from the airport heading north on Ternate island.
Parking for cars available. No entrance fee. Very little litter. Places for picnicking are provided but no water available.
This place is a must visit place in Ternate. It's amazing, there are a lot of scorched rock as the results of the Mount Gamalama eruption several hundreds years ago. I bet, there is only a few places like this on earth.
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