Monte Corona is a 609 meters (1,998 ft) high extinct volcano on the Canary Island of Lanzarote (Spain), near the village of Yé 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.
Rogers, B. and S. (2005). Travellers: Lanzarote & Fuertaventura, Peterborough: Thomas Cook Publishing. ISBN 1-84157-504-6
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