Bali is a volcanically active island.
Mount Agung and Mount Batur are Bali's two towering volcanoes, and both are still active. Mount Agung is regarded as the most sacred location on the island. Gunung Agung, as it is known, last erupted in November 2018 and continues to erupt with intermittent gassy belches. The Balinese believe that Mount Agung is a duplicate of Mount Meru, the universe's central axis. It is the highest point on the island, standing at 3,142 metres.
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