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List of volcanoes in China

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List of volcanoes in China

This is a list of active and extinct volcanoes in China.

Name Elevation Location
Last eruption
meters feet
Changbai Mountain 2744 9003 1903
Honggeertu 1700 5577 Holocene
Jingpo Lake 500 1640 520 BC
23 peaks in the Keluo field 670 2198 Holocene
(See also Kunlun Mountains)
5808 19,055 1951
74 others in the Leizhou Peninsula fields 259 850 Holocene
Longgang 1000 3281 350
Several around Tengchong County 2865 9399 5050 BC
Tianshan Volcano - - 650
Tianyang (田洋) Holocene
Turpan - - 1120
Unnamed 5400 17716 Holocene
Wudalianchi 597 1959 1776
Yingfengling Holocene


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