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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LAKES OF CRATERS OF VOLCANOES
DEAR FRIENDS AND READERS
I PRESENT YOU THE BEAUTY OF THE LAKES IN THE WORLD; THE BEAUTY OF RELIEF, WATER, SHAPES AND COLORS. THIS IS THE ROMANTIC BEAUTY:
MountKaguyak and Katmai crater lake
Mount Kaguyak is a stratovolcano located in the northeastern part of the Katmai National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. The 2.5 km wide caldera is filled by a more than 180 m deep crater lake. The surface of the crater lake lies about 550 m below the rim of the caldera. The volcano is 901 metres (2,956 ft) high . Based on radiocarbon dating the caldera-forming eruption occurred about 5800 years before present.
Goshikinuma on Mt. Issaikyō in Fukushima, Japan
Goshiki Lake formed during the eruption of Mount Bandai on July 15, 1888, destroying dozens of villages and killing about 500 people while creating hundreds of lakes
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Kelimutu colored lakes are the only such crater lakes in one location ever exist in the world. It is located on the altitude of 1680 m above sea level on Flores Island.
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Mount Aso acid lake,
Mount Aso is the largest volcano in Japan. Mount Aso acid lake (crater of Mount Naka) seen from helicopter. Green mountains in the background, in the NW direction, are Mounts Kijima (left) and Ojo (right).
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Lake Coatepeque is a crater lake in a caldera in El Salvador.
The lake is part of the Apaneca-Llamatepec Biosphere Reserve. Also shown is the island, Teopan
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Crater Lake is a caldera lake in the U.S. state of Oregon.
It is the main feature of Crater Lake National Park and famous for its deep blue color and water clarity. The lake partly fills a nearly 4,000 feet (1,220 m) deep caldera that was formed around 2000 (± 150) BC by the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama.
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Kerið Crater Lake, Grímsnes
Kerið is a volcanic crater occupied by a crater lake located in the southern part of central Iceland. The crater is about 55 meters deep, 170 meters wide and 270 meters long. Its age is estimated at 3,000 years, that is to say only half of that of all other volcanic formations around. The lake itself is moderately deep (7 to 10 meters, depending on rainfall and other factors), but because of the mineral soil content, its waters are astonishing by a deep and intense aquamarine color.