Latitude and longitude of Rabaul caldera
The Rabaul caldera, or Rabaul Volcano, is a large volcano on the tip of the Gazelle Peninsula in East New Britain, Papua New Guinea, and derives its name from the town of Rabaul inside the caldera. The caldera has many sub-vents, Tavurvur being the most well known for its devastating eruptions over Rabaul. The outer flanks of the highest peak, a 688 metre-high asymmetrical pyroclastic shield, are formed by thick pyroclastic flow deposits.
Latitude: -4° 16' 15.60" S
Longitude: 152° 12' 10.80" E
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