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Dallol volcano, Danakil Depression, Ethiopia: Dallol volcano is located in the Danakil Depression in North East Ethiopia. Mud, salt, iron stains, halophile algae and hot spring activity produce a colorful but dangerous landscape in the Dallol craters. It is located 269 feet below sea level in a remote area subject to the highest average temperatures on the planet.

Great Rift Valley, Ethiopia: Dallol volcano in the Great Rift Valley - the world's largest rift system which stretches 6,000km

Dallol is a volcanic explosion crater, located in the Danakil Depression, in northern Ethiopia. It is the lowest known sub-aerial volcanic area in the world and boasts one of the world’s most bizarre landscapes - a vast area of uplifted thick multicolored salt deposits, hot springs and miniature geysers.

Dallol Volcano in Ethiopia “Its summit lies at -48m below the sea level. Dallol holds the record for the hottest annual average temperature in the world with 34° C, recorded in 1960 and 1966.”

In the North of Ethiopia, hours from any populated areas, is a vast expanse of brutal landscape unlike anywhere else in the world. Dallol, in the Danakil Depression, is a boiling, salt-formed world completely hostile to human visitors.

Dallol Volcano - Sulfur, salt, and other minerals color the crater of Dallol, a volcano in the hottest place on Earth, Ethiopia's Danakil Depression. At 157 feet (48 meters) below sea level, Dallol is also the world's lowest land volcano.

Dallol Acid Garden, Ethiopia - considered to be one of the two hottest places in the world (other being Death Valley).

Sulfur, salt, and other minerals color the crater of Dallol, a volcano in the hottest place on Earth, Ethiopia's Danakil Depression. At 157 feet (48 meters) below sea level, Dallol is also the world's lowest land volcano.

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