28. Mount Sinaburg, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Last Erupted: 2018
Type of Volcano: Stratovolcano
This beauty on the island of North Sumatra is currently erupting, but prior to its eruptions in 2010, hadn’t erupted since the early 1600s. This current period of long eruptions is similar to Mount Unzen, since it erupted for five straight years after being dormant for over 200. On average, it has produced two eruptions per day over this active period, and due to evacuations and heavy monitoring, only 24 people have lost their lives.
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