Mount Bromo, Enchanting Attraction in East Java

This mountain has an altitude of 2,329 meters above sea level and is located in four districts, namely Probolinggo Regency, Pasuruan Regency, Lumajang Regency, and Malang Regency.

IPHEDIA.com - For tourists who want to see the beauty of the mountain with a variety of charms, Mount Bromo in East Java Province, Indonesia, one of the preferred tourist destinations. Because of its beauty, the location of this mountain is almost never devoid of visitors.

Mount Bromo is included in the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park area. As a tourist attraction, Bromo becomes interesting because of its status as an active volcano.

During the 20th and 21st centuries, Mount Bromo has erupted several times, with regular time intervals of 30 years. The biggest eruption occurred in 1974, while the last eruption occurred in 2015-present.

The tourists, ranging from domestic tourists to foreign tourists in droves want to see first hand the charm that is owned by the volcano.

Mount Bromo from Sanskrit: Brahma, one of the Main Gods in Hinduism or in the Tengger language spelled "Brama", is an active volcano in East Java, Indonesia.

This mountain has an altitude of 2,329 meters above sea level and is located in four districts, namely Probolinggo Regency, Pasuruan Regency, Lumajang Regency, and Malang Regency.

The form of Mount Bromo is intertwined between valleys and canyons with caldera or sea of ​​sand covering about 10 square kilometers. This mountain has a crater with a diameter of 800 meters (north-south) and 600 meters (east-west). Meanwhile, the danger area is a circle with a radius of 4 km from the center of the Bromo crater.

For residents around Mount Bromo, the Tengger tribe, Mount Bromo or Mount Brahma are believed to be sacred mountains. Once a year the Tengger people hold a Yadnya Kasada or Kasodo ceremony.

This ceremony took place in a temple under the foot of Mount Bromo and continued to the summit of Bromo. The ceremony is held at midnight until early morning every full moon around the 14th or 15th of the Kasodo (tenth) month according to the Javanese calendar. (as/ip)

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