Interesting geography facts

Geography
19 facts about Mount Vesuvius
The most dangerous volcano in Europe
Gobi Desert
The Gobi Desert is divided into 5 distinct ecological regions, ranging from harsh desert through steppe to lake valley.
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Geography
14 facts about Stromboli volcano
The volcano has been active for several thousand years.
Geography
20 facts about Lake Huron
Second largest of the Great Lakes
Montana
Helena is a state capital, but the most populated city is Billings.
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Stromboli volcano
It is one of three active volcanoes in Italy.
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Stromboli volcano
It is estimated that volcanic eruptions have been occurring continuously for about several thousand years.
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Mount Elbrus
The western peak is higher and has 5642 m a.s.l. and eastern 5621 m a.s.l.
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Geography
22 facts about Gobi Desert
Largest desert in Asia
Geography
20 facts about Lake Malawi
The site of the first naval battle of World War I
Mount Elbrus
Killar Khashirov was the first local highlander to reach the eastern, lower peak of the mountain on July 22, 1829.
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Geography
27 facts about Santorini
Saint Irene island
Stromboli volcano
In volcanology, there is a special type of eruption called a strombolian eruption.
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Stromboli volcano
The volcano appears in literary works.
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Geography
19 facts about Lake Tanganyika
One of the oldest lakes in the world
Geography
19 facts about Mount Elbrus
The highest peak of Europe
Lake Baikal
The mud layer at the bottom of the lake is about 7 km deep.
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Geography
19 facts about Nan Madol
Venice of the Pacific