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Marum Volcano is based on Ambrym Island, a volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean. Behind all the rain and cloud surrounding the volcano is one of the most amazing and under-appreciated wonders of the world.

 

A lava lake the size of two football fields side by side lies down the bottom of a four hundred meter plummet where few have ever set foot. The volcano is often completely shrouded by cloud, but when Marum wants to be seen, nothing can compare to the view. The size of the crater will never cease to amaze anyone as the rear face extends far into the sky.

A lava lake the size of two football fields side by side lies down the bottom of a four hundred meter plummet where few have ever set foot.
The volcano is often completely shrouded by cloud, but when Marum wants to be seen, nothing can compare to the view. The size of the crater will never cease to amaze anyone as the rear face extends far into the sky.

 

If you have the nerve to take a look over the edge you will see a pool of vigorously boiling molten rock that provides the greatest live show on earth, as stated by Geoff Mackley.