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Dallol Volcano In The Danakil Desert: The Danakil Desert lies in the Afar Triangle. It extends into the north-east of Ethiopia, the south of Eritrea and north-west of Djibouti.

The Dallol volcano in the Afar Depression,  north-east Ethiopia | ©Pascal Boegli

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Salt and sulphur formations at Dallol Volcano in Danakil Depression, Ethiopia

In the North East of Ethiopia lies the Danokil Desert. At its heart is a volcanic crater, Dallol, little known and seldom visited but quite extraordinary.

Dallol, Ethiopia- Dallol is a volcanic explosion crater (or maar) in the Danakil Depression, northeast of the Erta Ale Range in Ethiopia. It has been formed by the intrusion of basaltic magma in Miocene salt deposits and subsequent hydrothermal activity.[1] Phreatic eruptions take place here, the last known one in 1926, numerous other eruption craters dot the salt flats nearby. These craters are the lowest known subaerial volcanic vents in the world, at over 45 m (150 ft) below sea level.

malformalady: “Small salt geyser at Dallol volcano, Danakil Desert, Ethiopia. Dallol is a volcano hidden beneath a kilometer-thick layer of salt in the Danakil depression in the Afar region, Ethiopia.

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