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Vulcano Mutnovsky
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The volcano consists of a number of cones, fused into a single array. Northwestern has a cone of contemporary manifestations of volcanism, which can be observed in the central crater of the size of 2 to 1.5 km and in the currently active crater. In general, the activity of the volcano fumarolic activity is expressed, in which stands a huge amount of energy in the form of emission of volcanic gases and many hot springs. This is one of the largest geothermal fields in the world. During the historical period of time the volcano erupted at least 16 times. The most violent eruption occurred in 1848. The most recent eruption was in 2000. At the foot of the hill Tor, which is located next to the Mutnovsky act Summer hot springs, which are sometimes called "Little Valley of Geysers." In fact, this is an active fumarole field, the hot gases which pass through a cold water stream, it is heated and, in some cases, create a flowing effect, which led to the emergence of second title. These same geysers in the area do not.
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