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|Elevation||600+ metres (1,968 feet)|
|Location||Djibouti and Ethiopia|
|Age of rock||Historical|
Manda-Inakir is a system of fissure vents and cinder cones located along the border between Djibouti and Ethiopia. Last erupting in 1928, it produced a cinder cone called Kammourta. It has an elevation of over 600 metres.
- "Manda-Inakir". Global Volcanism Program. Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 2014-08-29.
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