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An abandoned church in Sinabung, Indonesia.

These ‘ghost villages’ in Indonesia are all that remain after years of eruptions from the volcanic Mount Sinabung

In North Sumatra, Indonesia, the volcanic Mount Sinabung eruption forced inhabitants to abandon their homes, which now remain untouched under ash.
An abandoned church in Sinabung, Indonesia.

These ‘ghost villages’ in Indonesia are all that remain after years of eruptions from the volcanic Mount Sinabung

In North Sumatra, Indonesia, the volcanic Mount Sinabung eruption forced inhabitants to abandon their homes, which now remain untouched under ash.
Nik Wallenda walking over the 'Mouth of Hell."

A high wire walker successfully crossed over an active volcano known as ‘The Mouth of Hell’ on live TV

It took high walker Nik Wallenda 31 minutes to walk across the Masaya Volcano, near Managua, Nicaragua, on a tightrope Wednesday.
Mount Fuji looming over the Tokyo skyline.

13 volcanoes around the world that could erupt at any time

Japan's Mount Fuji and Oregon's Mount Hood are among the most dangerous volcanoes in the world right now.
Chino and Kat Vaflor got married during the Taal volcano eruption.

A photographer captured the moment a couple got married in the Philippines as a volcano erupted behind them

Chino and Kat Vaflor's photographer captured images of the Taal volcano spewing ash into the sky as the couple celebrated their wedding.
A still capturing the rare moment lightning struck the pummel of ash rising from the volcano.

Video captured the moment the rare, terrifying weather phenomenon of volcanic lightning was triggered by an erupting volcano in the Philippines

Volcanic lighting is a rare occurrence caused as a result of electrical discharge released from a volcanic eruption.
A youth living at the foot of Taal volcano rides an outrigger canoe while the volcano spews ash as seen from Tanauan town in Batangas province, south of Manila, on January 13, 2020.

Stunning photos show a huge volcanic eruption in the Philippines spewing smoke and ash into the sky, as experts warn of a possible tsunami

Authorities in the Philippines have estimated 450,000 people are in the 14 km danger zone surrounding the Taal volcano.
A youth living at the foot of Taal volcano rides an outrigger canoe while the volcano spews ash as seen from Tanauan town in Batangas province, south of Manila, on January 13, 2020.

Philippines residents have been warned of a possible ‘volcanic tsunami’ after a major volcano spewed lava and launched ash into the sky

Authorities raised the alert level in the area to a four out of five, meaning that a "hazardous explosive eruption is possible within hours to days."
The rescue mission taking place to recover the remaining bodies from White Island.

Death toll from New Zealand volcano rises to 20, with 2 bodies still missing

The police in December called off a search for two missing people presumed dead after one of New Zealand's most active volcanoes erupted.
The most active volcano in Mexico, Popocatépetl, erupted on Thursday and spewed ash nearly 20,000 feet in the air.

WATCH: A volcano 40 miles outside Mexico City erupted with a massive gush of lava, spewing ash almost 20,000 feet in the air

No one was injured by the Popocatépetl explosion, which wasn't unusual for the most active volcano in Mexico and the second-highest in North America.