East Java, Indonesia
7.62 S, 112.63 E
summit elevation 1653 m
The volcano is located north of Arjuno-Welirang volcano.
Ancient Javanese saw Penanggungan a reflection of the sacred Mahameru of Hindu mythology. At least 81 archaeological sites have been found on the mountain.
The inscriptions span a period of more than five centuries, from A.D. 977 until 1511.
Possible eruption in 200 AD.