Tambora


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Tam·bo·ra

 (täm-bôr′ə)
A volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa. An explosive eruption in 1815 killed tens of thousands of people and is believed to have affected the world's climate for several years, causing unusually cold weather in Europe and North America.

Tambora

(ˈtæmbəˌrɑː)
n
(Placename) a volcano in Indonesia, on N Sumbawa: violent eruption of 1815 reduced its height from about 4000 m (13 000 ft) to 2850 m (9400 ft)
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An eruption a hundred times smaller than Mount Toba -- that of Mount Tambora, also in Indonesia, in 1815 -- is thought to have been responsible for a year without summer in 1816.
Among them is Tambora in Indonesia, 1815; Pinatubo, the Philippines, in 1991, which cooled the entire world by half a degree Celsius; Mount Samalas, Indonesia, in the 13th century, which may have plunged medieval Europe into a series of famines due to anomalous weather changes that ensued; and Krakatoa in 1883, also in Indonesia, which also cooled the entire world.
It's a tale that begins in Indonesia in 1815 and the aftermath of the world's most powerful-ever volcano when Mount Tambora blew 24 cubic miles of rock, dust and noxious gasses into the air, reducing the mountain's height by almost 5,000 feet in the process.
Even the 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora, also in Indonesia, arguably the largest eruption in recent recorded history, is dwarfed by super-eruptions in the geological past such as that of Toba volcano on Sumatra some 74,000 years ago.
He said that first camp was established at Tambora Chowk near the tomb of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai for two days.
In the wake of the 1815 eruption of Indonesia's Mount Tambora, temperatures dropped across the world.
The worst recorded death toll arising from a volcano erupting was in 1815 when 70,000 people died after Mount Tambora exploded in Indonesia.
But much more powerful than the Krakatoa event was the April 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora (also in Indonesia).
En su trayectoria de medio siglo, mi papa dio a conocer la musica de tambora al resto de Mexico, los Estados Unidos, las Filipinas y Europa.
Aqui encontramos una confirmacion de lo que exprese en los parrafos dedicados a Simonett, en el sentido de que la tambora tuvo su reconocimiento en el carnaval como fiesta publica por excelencia.
WHEN did the Indonesian volcano Mount Tambora erupt, killing thousands of people?
The most violent volcanic eruption ever recorded was that of Mount Tambora on Sumbawa Island, Indonesia, in 1815.