Železná hůrka Vulcano - CZ

The Eisenbühl (Czech: Železná hůrka) is probably the smallest and youngest volcano in Central Europe. It lies directly on the German-Czech border between the Czech village Mytina and Neualbenreuth in Bavaria. Its last eruption dates back only about 300,000 years - in geological time periods only a blink. A high wall of loose volcanic ash still heralds it.

1823 visits J.W.v. Goethe these quaternary volcanic and examined it.

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Copyright: Martin hertel
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Uploaded: 26/06/2011
Updated: 16/06/2014


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