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The Lumut Hill

In terms of geological heritage, this is a representation of the Kelapa Kampit metasediment that are transformed into quartzite rocks and magtetic rocks as a result of granitic intrusion.
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In terms of geological heritage, this is a representation of the Kelapa Kampit metasediment that are transformed into quartzite rocks and magtetic rocks as a result of granitic intrusion. Forming a hill with the highest point reaching 165 masl, is the highest point in the southeast region of Belitung Island.

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