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   Volcanoes     -     Mutnovsky Volcano

Kamchatka is situated on the Pacific 'Rim of Fire' and is best known for its volcanoes that cause the peninsula to practically percolates with geothermal activity. There are over 200 volcanoes, many of them still active, that contain huge calderas, acid lakes, geysers and natural thermal springs.
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Mutnovsky Volcano
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Mutnovsky is complex of four superimposed volcanoes with a summit 2322 m high, and is the most spectacular phenomenon in Kamchatka. Each volcano has produced a separate crater, which have collapsed into each other and are linked by a glacial system. The volcano last erupted explosively in 1960, and still contains powerful fumaroles.


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