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Singgalang (Gunung Singgalang in Indonesian) is a volcano in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Its elevation is 2,877 m (9,439 ft). It is a twin volcano with Mount Tandikat, which is located to the south-south-west of Singgalang. However, only Tandikat has had historical volcanic activity. The cities of Bukittinggi and Padang Panjang are located adjacent to the mountain.

Singgalang
Mount Singgalang volcano in Sumatra Indonesia 20140621.jpg
Singgalang in 2014
Highest point
Elevation2,877 m (9,439 ft)
ListingUltra
Ribu
Coordinates0°23′24″S 100°19′51″E / 0.39000°S 100.33083°E / -0.39000; 100.33083
Geography
LocationWest Sumatra, Indonesia
Parent rangeBarisan Mountains
Geology
Mountain typeStratovolcano

There are 2 lakes at the summit, named Dewi (Goddess) and Kumbang (Beetle).[1]

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External linksEdit

  • "Tandikat". Global Volcanism Program. Smithsonian Institution.