Mrapen eternal flame located in the Village Manggarmas, District Godong, or about 26 kilometers from Purwodadi, Capital Regency of Grobogan. Mrapen eternal flame is a natural geological phenomenon in the form of discharge from the ground fire that never goes out even if it rains.
The fire, known as the Eternal Fire Mrapen is used to enliven some of the activities of the Games as the flame torch. For example an International Athletic Meeting Ganefo I on 1 November 1963, the National Sports Week (PON), etc.. In addition to the Games, Eternal Fire Mrapen also used for the torch ceremony feast of Vesak at Borobudur. Symbolic message of making a fire in Mrapen it is the spirit that never goes out.
Not far from the eternal flame Mrapen there is a spring called Spring Dudo. Surface water in the small lake is constantly removing small bubbles, which usually indicates the boiling point of water when heated. But do not be mistaken. Water in the spring is totally not hot. However, these water bubbles will light up when hit sparks.
Still inside the compound fire Mrapen. Here too there is a stone extolled, called Stone Bobot.
Unique natural phenomena like fire Mrapen also bequeathed a legend to this day still believed the local public.
For those who want to prove flame Mrapen, can visit the Village Manggarmas, District Godong, Grobogan regency, Central Java Province, Indonesia