Natural Monument of the Fire Mountain

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Natural Monument of the Fire Mountain
Natural Monument of the Fire Mountain
The Natural Monument of the Fire Mountain brings together a set of cones that are part of the volcanic
Timanfaya built after prolonged eruptive history of six years of uninterrupted duration. Their scientific, geological and geormophological interest is high, in addition to its outstanding natural beauty.

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