Mount Kembar

Mount Kembar
Elevation 2,245 m (7,365 ft)
Location Sumatra, Indonesia
Coordinates 3°51′00″N 97°39′50″E / 3.850°N 97.664°E / 3.850; 97.664
Type shield volcano
Last eruption pleistocene

Mount Kembar (Indonesian: Gunung Kembar, means: Twin Mountain) is a Pleistocene volcano, located in the northern Sumatra island, Indonesia. It contains a fumarole field, named Gayolesten. The volcanic complex is located in the junction of two geological fault systems and it is a shield volcano.

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