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The Mud Volcano, Wandan
Located between the border of Wandan and Sinyuan, once called “Boiled Water Mountain” because yellow water sprang from it with red glow, Carp Mountain is named for its special shape.
Mud Volcano has been erupting from time to time and stopped for nine years in 1979.
Erupting again in 1988, the eruption point moved from the mountain top to the plain. From then on, the volcano erupts once or twice every year, with the mud flowing into nearby farms.
SOURCE: Alex Photo Studio, courtesy of Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation & Communications , R.O.C.
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