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Volcanic eruption Urðarháls, (1,025 m) a glaciated, dolerite volcano, its crater about 1,100 m long, 800 m wide and 100 m at its deepest. - Trölladyngja is the biggest of the Icelandic shield volcanoes, reaching a height of 1,468 metres (4,816 ft) above sea level, and rising almost 600 metres above the surrounding desert and lava fields. - Holuhraun is the site of an volcanic eruption which began on 31 August 2014 and ended 28 February 2015. It produced a lava field of more than 85 km2 (33 sq mi) and 1.4 km3 (0.34 cu mi) – the largest in Iceland since 1783
Urðarháls volcano
Urðarháls volcano Urðarháls, (1,025 m) a glaciated, dolerite volcano, its crater about 1,100 m long, 800 m wide and 100 m at its deepest. Highland of Iceland
Urðarháls volcano
Urðarháls volcano Urðarháls, (1,025 m) a glaciated, dolerite volcano, its crater about 1,100 m long, 800 m wide and 100 m at its deepest. Highland of Iceland
Urðarháls volcano
Urðarháls volcano Urðarháls, (1,025 m) a glaciated, dolerite volcano, its crater about 1,100 m long, 800 m wide and 100 m at its deepest. Highland of Iceland