Taftan Volcano

Taftan Volcano

Taftan is a semi-active volcano with 4050m altitude known as the highest peak in eastern south of Iran. This volcano situated close to Kash in in the Sistan and Baluchestan province. Taftan has two main summits, Narkuh and Materkuh. Three volcanic apertures are semi-active and they release steam, sulfur gas and make a fantastic scene. The big nozzle on top produces lots of gases that some of them are serious like sulfur. You can hear the explosion sound from this nozzle, the acidic gases may destroy the cotton wearings.

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