A caldera is a cauldron-like volcanic feature usually formed by the collapse of land following a volcanic eruption.
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Bali Subak system: Mount Batur
Galapagos Islands: Fernandina Island
Ngorongoro: Ngorongoro Crater
Rapa Nui: Rano Kau Caldera
Sangay National Park: This first Sangay, pockmarked by secondary ridges, is thought to have been 15-16 km (9-10 mi) in diameter, with a summit located 2 to 3 km (1 to 2 mi) southeast of the present summit. The curved shape of the remnants of this first structure indicates that it suffered a massive flank collapse, scattering the nearby forest lowlands with debris and causing a large part of its southern caldera wall to slide off the mountain, forming an embayment lower on its slopes" (Wiki)
Teide National Park: Las Canadas Caldera. "The Park ....contains a giant volcanic caldera located at around 2,100 m and an impressive stratovolcano, the Teide-Pico Viejo is located within the caldera," (Nom File)
Ujung Kulon National Park: Krakatoa
Volcanoes of Kamchatka: Uzon
Yellowstone: Yellowstone Caldera
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