Volcanoes of Kamchatka

There are not many people in the world that would chose to live next to a volcano, let alone twelve. And yet the Kamchatka natives live in the midst of theVolcanoes of Kamchatka, in harmony and at peace. The eerie silence that surrounds that mighty volcanoes are the indication of a beautiful day, and not the fear that one might decide to fill the sky with blackening ash and spew red flaming lava to the earth below. Most of the natives cannot recall the last time one of their beautiful volcanoes erupted, and speak only of the power and picturesque scenes that the Kamchatka volcanoes display. The Volcanoes of Kamchatka are made up of twelve volcanoes, of which three are the most mighty, namely the Kluchevskoy at 4 750 meters, the Koryaksky at 3 456 meters and the Kronotsky at 3 528 meters

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