Highest Volcanoes in Asia
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Tallest volcanoes in Asia - at 3,800 meters, Mount Kerinci of Sumatra island, Indonesia, is the tallest volcano in Asia. Mount Kerinci is a highly active volcano, having last erupted as recently as the year 2020.

The second highest volcano in Asia is that of the iconic Mount Fuji of Japan, at 3776 meters. Mount Fuji is classified as an active volcano with a low risk of eruption, with its last eruption being on 16 December 1707.

Compare the highest volcanoes of Asia, Mount Kerinci with Mount Fuji

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   Highest volcanoes by continent:  World  |  North America  |  South America Asia  |  Australia-NZ-Oceania  |  Europe  |  Africa

   Highest volcanoes in Americas:  USA  |  Chile  |  Ecuador  |  Mexico 

   Highest volcanoes in Europe:  Italy  |  Russia  |   United Kingdom (UK) 

   Highest volcanoes in Asia Pacific:  Indonesia  |  Japan  |   Papua New Guinea   |   Phillipines

   Volcanoes by type: All types   |  Cinder Cones  |   Domes  |   Shield Volcanoes  |   Stratovolcanoes  |   Complex  |   Submarines  |  Calderas


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