The last UNESCO for today comes from New Zealand and shows another volcano.
Tongariro National Park, in the Central North Island, encompasses some of the most active volcanoes in New Zealand. It is as well, New Zealand's oldest national park.
Pictured here are Mount Tongariro and Mount Ngarahoe.
The volcanic massif, often simply referred to as Tongariro, has a height of 1,978 metres. It first erupted about 260,000 years ago. The volcano consists of at least 12 cones. Ngarahoe while often regarded as a separate mountain, is geologically a vent of Tongariro. It is also the most active, having erupted more than 70 times since 1839, although the last eruption took place in 1974-1975.
I find volcanoes amazing as well as frightening...their eruptions can be destructive with great consequences....its scary of how the volcanoes lava can simply wipe off everything it comes across....ive never seen a volcano live...but id love to...an active one....feels exciting!