Mount Süphan in October 2007
|Elevation||4,058 m (13,314 ft) |
|Prominence||2,189 m (7,182 ft) |
|Location||Bitlis Province, Turkey|
|Parent range||Armenian Highland|
|Age of rock||Holocene|
|Mountain type||Stratovolcano |
|Last eruption||8050 BCE (?)|
Mount Süphan (Turkish: Süphan Dağı, Kurdish: Sîpanê Xelatê, Armenian: Սիփան, Sipan) 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 metres (13,314 feet), and has the second highest prominence of the Armenian Highland, after Mount Ararat.
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