Mount Sipan in October 2007
|Elevation||4,058 m (13,314 ft)|
|Prominence||2,189 m (7,182 ft)|
|Location||Bitlis Province, Turkey|
|Age of rock||Holocene|
|Last eruption||8050 BCE (?)|
Mount Siphan (Turkish: Süphan Dağı, Kurdish: Sîpana Xelatê, Armenian: Սիփան լեռ, Նեխ Մասիք, Ծիպան, Սուփխան: Sipan, Negh Masik, Tzipan), is a stratovolcano located in eastern Turkey, immediately north of Lake Van. It is the second highest volcano in Turkey with an elevation of 4,058 m or 13,314 ft) and has the second highest prominence of the Armenian Highland, after Mount Ararat.
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- "Mount Sipan". Global Volcanism Program. Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 2007-01-20.
- "Mount Sipan Stratovolcano North of Lake Van, Turkey". Earth Snapshot. Retrieved January 25, 2014.
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