The Indonesian community of Sidoardjo in East Java has become a macabre international tourism destination, a wasted tableau of stinking mud peopled by dozens of sculptures in human form representing villagers who fled 13 years ago when a natural gas well blew out and kicked off what has become Indonesia’s worst-ever environmental disaster, one expected to continue unabated for the next 25 to 30 years.
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