Graffiti Murals Merapi

Graffiti mural was created after a volcano erupted Merapi. Mount Merapi erupted on 5 November 2010. Merapi eruption was even more devastating than the eruption of Merapi in 1872.
Residents Hail Magelang regency, Central Java, Merapi eruption incised memories of the events of 2010 in a frame of graffiti art murals. The work of art in painting murals on a wall owned by residents in Yogyakarta, Magelang highway, dated 26 November 2010.

There are three works, each mural panel drawing all the events of the Merapi eruption began drawing lijar molten lava, pyroclastic fury (wedhus trash) and residents flee.
Vertical eruption events become special memories for residents and nearby Magelang because almost for about 10 days the areas exposed to rain ash is very thick and dense.
Pyroclastic fury / wedhus gembel also depicted with a distance range up to a radius of 15 km from the summit.
Massive displacement events for the citizens of Magelang, Sleman and Klaten become special memories for not only humans but animals are also displaced. [Via]


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