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Ijen is a complex of volcanoes lying on the eastern end of Java, the most populous of the 17k+ islands in the Indonesian archipelago. The volcano is known for a highly unusual looking blue colored fire in one of the craters, which is due to the presence of sulphur. Award winning aerial cinematographers Nava Visual Communication flew a drone over the various volcano craters, and seeing the aerial video is akin to taking a virtual hike on the road to Kawah Ijen.
Description: Ijen volcano in Java, Indonesia. It is known for having a fantastic blue fire. This short film contains valuable cuts that drone aerial shot of the blue fire overhead. It also records the appearance of people working as Miners at Ijen Volcano. They fill the basket with sulfur (its weight is as high as 70 kg!) And slowly climb steep slopes over and over again. It also focuses on many beautiful scenes and people who stopped by before going to Ijen volcano.