|Elevation||1,641 m (5,384 ft)|
|Location||Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia|
Mezhdusopochny is a snow-capped stratovolcano in the central Kamchatka Peninsula. More specifically, an icelandic-type shield volcano. The volcano has shown rare activity since 1292. The volcano's proximity is covered with other volcanoes and cinder cones.
- "Mezhdusopochny". Global Volcanism Program. Retrieved 13 August 2012.
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