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Standing at geysir Strokkur (Iceland)
Iceland

The geysir Strokkur is located in the geothermal area of the Great Geysir in the valley of Haukadalur. It erupts every 5 to 10 minutes 15 to 20 meters high. Sometimes the eruption reaches 40 meters.

Copyright: Jürgen Matern
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Uploaded: 04/11/2012
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