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Mount Shishaldin

Mount Shishaldin at sunset, Aleut Islands
Mount Shishaldin at sunset / Erik Beach, 2007, / public domain

WorldBlue  In short

The most symmetrical cone-shaped glacier clad volcano (and mountain in general) in the world, 2857 m high. Mount Shishaldin is continuously active, emitting a plume of steam.

4.4 out of 10 stars 43.8%

GPS coordinates
54.75524 N 163.96988 W
Location, address
Volcanoes, Geographical extremes

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