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Klyuchevskaya Volcanic Group on Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

56.0N 160.6E

February 11th, 2011 Category: Volcanoes

Russia - January 31st, 2011

The Klyuchevskaya Volcanic Group is a cluster of twelve volcanoes in a relatively small area (65 thousand sq.km). The group can be observed here on the east side of the Kamchatka Peninsula, in Russian Siberia.

The group includes some of the largest volcanoes of Europe and Asia: Klyuchevskoy Volcano (4750 m), Kamen Volcano (4575 m), Ushkovsky (3943 m), Krestovsky (4108 m), Ostry Tolbachik (3682 m), Plosky Tolbachik (3083 m), Bezymianny (2800 m), Ovalnaya Zimina (3061 m), Ostraya Zimina, Bolshaya Udina (2923 m), Malaya Udina (1945 m) and Sredny (3020 m).

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