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Volcanoes of Georgia (4 volcanoes)

Kabargin Oth| Kasbek| unnamed | unnamed
Georgia is located in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan.
Geologically, Georgia is located near the collision zone between the Eurasian, Arabic, and Anatolian tectonic plates.
Kabargin Oth
(cinder cones)
Kabargin Oth volcano is a group of andesitic to dacitic cinder cones and lava domes in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia near the border with Russia. [more]

Kasbek
(stratovolcano)
2002 NASA Space Shuttle image of Kasbek volcano. It marks the path of an avalanche and debris flow produced by collapse of a glacier the following month. (image courtesy: Earth Sciences and Image Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center, 2002)Kasbek volcano is a large glacier-covered stratovolcano in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia south of the border with Russia. It is the second highest volcano (after Elbrus) in the Caucasus range. There are no known historic eruptions, but radiocarbon-dated lava flows and its sum... [more]

unnamed
(cinder cones)
An unnamed group of 5 andesitic-to-dacitic cinder cones and associated lava flows is located in northern Georgia 20 km from the Russian border and 35 km NE of the town of Tskhinvali. [more]

unnamed
(lava cones)
An unnamed group of 7 young volcanic cones is located in the Obul-Samarask upland of southern Georgia, SW of the capital city of Tbilisi, near the borders with Turkey and Armenia. The cones are early Pleistocene to Holocene in age and many of the craters have a well-preserved mor... [more]

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