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La Palma, Canary islands.

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Photo ID: 708
Gallery ID: 40
Photo Title: La Palma, Canary islands.
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caldera de taburiente, la palma, canary islands, oceanic islands, volcanic islands, macaronesia, caldera, erosion, mountains, clouds, cumbre vieja, volcanic ridge, volcanoes, volcanic cones, fuencaliente,
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Spectacular views looking south from the rim of the Caldera de Taburiente at some 2400 metres altitude, on La Palma island. The northern part of the volcanic island of La Palma is dominated by the Caldera de Taburiente, the largest erosion caldera in the world, with a width of 9 km and a depth of 1500 m. It is surrounded by a ring of mountains ranging from 1600 m to 2423 m in height. Only the deep Barranco de las Angustias canyon leads into the inner area of the caldera which is a national park. It can be reached only by hiking. The outer slopes are cut by numerous gorges which run from 2000 m down to the sea. To the south above the cloud tops is the southern part of La Palma, the “Cumbre Vieja”, a ridge formed by numerous volcanic cones built of ashes and fresh lava flows. Several of these volcanoes are still active. The southern point, the Punta de Fuencaliente, is where the most recent volcanic activity took place in 1971.
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