World Heritage Temple in Indonesia Closes Due to Volcanic Ash

The world famous Buddhist temple of Borobudur in Indonesia was closed to visitors on Friday (February 14) and parts of it covered with special material to protect the UNESCO world heritage site after a volcano erupted spewing ash over most of Java Island. The Kelud volcano, more than 240 kilometers east of Borobudur temple erupted late on Thursday night, sending a huge plume of volcanic ash into the air closing seven Java airports.

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