Lava flows from Teleki's Volcano. Named after Count Teleki, an Austrian nobleman, who led the first European expedition to the region in 1888, the volcano last erupted in about 1895 - the only active volcano in the region at that time. Over centuries, each eruption ejected basaltic lava of a different colour. The flows in the foreground still look remarkably fresh.
Credit: John Warburton Lee
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