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Hverfjall Volcano, Iceland

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Hverfjall is a tephra cone, or tuff ring, volcano located near the eastern shore of Lake Myvatn in no
 
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Hverfjall is a tephra cone, or tuff ring, volcano located near the eastern shore of Lake Myvatn in northern Iceland. It erupted in 2500 BP, leaving behind a massive crater more than half a mile (1 km) in diameter. Hverfjall is just 1,300 feet (396 m) high, allowing tourists and hikers to scale its slopes and walk along the crater’s rim.
65°36'19.3"N, 16°52'21.1"W

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