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Located in the western bounds of the Indonesian archipelago, Sumatra is the sixtieth largest island in the world, with an area of 443,065.8 km2. Bukit Barisan is a large mountain range that extends longitudinally from the northwest to the southeast of Sumatra, with a length of approximately 1500 miles. The Bukit Barisan range includes dozens of mountains, along with both inactive and active volcanoes; such as Geureudong (Aceh), Sinabung (North Sumatra), Merapi and Gutter (West Sumatra), Mount Kaba (Bengkulu), and Kerinci (Sumatra West , Jambi). On the island of Sumatra, there are also several lakes, of which Lake Laut Tawar (Aceh), Lake Toba (North Sumatra), Lake Batur, Maninjau Lake, Lake Above, Below Lake, Lake Gutter (West Sumatra), Lake Kerinci (Jambi) and Lake Ranau (Lampung and South Sumatra).