MAHAWU VOLCANO - NORTH SULAWESI
Stratovolcano 1324 m / 4,344 ft
North Sulawesi & Sangihe Islands, Indonesia, 1.36°N / 124.86°E
Current status: dormant (1 out of 5)
Typical eruption style:
Small explosive eruptions. Contains a crater lake with fumaroles and small geysers.
Mahawu volcano eruptions:
1788, 1789, 1846, 1904, 1952, 1958, 1977
Last earthquakes nearby : No recent earthquakes
The elongated Mahawu volcano lies immediately east of Lokon-Empung volcano. It is the northernmost of a series of young volcanoes along a SSW-NNE line near the margin of the Quaternary Tondano caldera.
Mahawu is capped by a 180-m-wide, 140-m-deep crater that sometimes contains a small crater lake, and has two pyroclastic cones on its northern flank. Less active than its neighbor, Lokon-Empung, Mahawu's historical activity has been restricted to occasional small explosive eruptions recorded since 1789. In 1994 fumaroles, mudpots, and small geysers were observed along the shores of a greenish-colored crater lake.
Source : https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/volcanoes/indonesia/sulawesi/mahawu/