Mount Merapi, which is among the world’s most active volcanoes, erupted twice on Sunday. Both eruptions lasted around seven minutes each, according to France24.

The volcano’s alert status – already at the third-highest level since it began erupting last August – was not raised after the two eruptions, but residents were ordered to stay outside a three-kilometre no-go zone around the crater near the country’s cultural capital Yogyakarta.

The mountain’s last major eruption in 2010 killed over 300 people and forced more than 280,000 residents to be evacuated.