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Beach House Sambolo West Java
Indonesia

Situated in a bay at Sambolo, are beach houses, overlooking Anak Krakatoa. The volcano can be reached by boat in one and a half hours. This coastline was destroyed by the eruption of Krakatoa in August 1883.

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