Monte Corona

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Mount Corona, viewed from .
Mount Corona, viewed from La Quemada de Orzola

Monte Corona is a 609 meters (1,998 ft) high extinct volcano on the Canary Island of Lanzarote (Spain), near the village of in the municipality of Haría. Its eruption around 4000 years ago covered a large area of the northeast of the island with lava, creating the Malpais de la Corona and two of the island's most-visited geological attractions, the Cueva de los Verdes and the Jameos del Agua.

References[edit]

Rogers, B. and S. (2005). Travellers: Lanzarote & Fuertaventura, Peterborough: Thomas Cook Publishing. ISBN 1-84157-504-6

Coordinates: 29°10′57″N 13°29′022″W / 29.18250°N 13.48944°W / 29.18250; -13.48944