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Devil Mountain Lakes

Devil Mountain Lakes
Devil Mountain Lakes / Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Wikimedia Commons / CC BY 2.0

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It it possible that Devil Mountain Lakes is the largest maar in the world. These are two joined round lakes formed by volcanic eruption some 21 000 years ago. Diameter of lakes reaches 8 km. Several more maar lakes are nearby.

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GPS coordinates
66.39644 N 164.49873 W
Location, address
North America, United States, Alaska, northern part of Seward Peninsula
Volcanoes, Lakes and streams, Geographical extremes

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