Vysoky volcano, Kamchatka, Russia
Visoky is a small Holocene stratovolcano constructed on the
east flank of the Pleistocene Bogdanovich shield volcano.
It is the northernmost Holocene volcano of the Gamchen volcanic
ridge and the northernmost of the near-trench portion of the Eastern volcanic
belt of Kamchatka.
It was active throughout much of the Holocene until as recently
as at least about 2000 years ago, when voluminous lava flows traveled down
the volcano's flanks.
Its name literally means "tall" or "high"
It is composed of medium-potassic tholeitic andesites-basaltic
The following "stamp" was not issued by Malawi in
The images on the stamp is the same as that on the Smithsonian
catalog web site.
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