Anala Mons is a volcano on Venus. It is named after Anala, a Hindu fertility goddess. The feature was originally named Anala Corona. It is located at 11.0°N 14.1°E, in a region called the Sappho Patera quadrangle where numerous other volcanic features can be found.
- McGill, George E. (2004-01-26). "Geologic Map of the Sappho Patera Quadrangle (V–20), Venus". Geologic Investigations Series I-2637. U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2006-10-25.
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