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Volcano de Teneguia, FuencalienteDeze pagina in Nederlands
Place: Fuencaliente
Date: 2001
Copyright: Brian Smith, BTS Internet Services The last eruption on La Palma was
in 1971 from the Teneguia,
and continued for 24 days.
In some clefts you can feel the
warmth and smell the sulphur.
 
Place: Los Canarios, Teneguia
Date: 2000
Copyright: Brian Smith, BTS Internet Services The Volcan de Teneguia as seen from the San Antonio crater rim.
A solidified lava flow can be clearly seen emerging from the front-near-side of the crater and travelling to the left and down to the sea.
 
Place: Fuencaliente
Date: 2002-08
Copyright: August Engelen
 
Place: Los Canarios, Teneguia
Date: 2000
Copyright: Brian Smith, BTS Internet Services The heat from the magma deep underground can still be felt in some of the cracks and crevices in the Volcan de Teneguia. There is often the smell of Sulphur but it gets less every year.
 
Copyright: Brian Smith, BTS Internet Services    
 
Copyright: Brian Smith, BTS Internet Services    
 
Copyright: Brian Smith, BTS Internet Services    
 
 
Volcano Teneguia, La Palma, Canary Islands
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