megnyílt a hegy lábánál a vulkán látogatóközpont
Like the Massif Central in France and the Spanish Canary Islands, the Great Hungarian Plain also has several volcanic hills.
On the north side of Lake Balaton, extinct volcanoes rise above the otherwise flat landscape, including the currently 279-metre-high Ság Mountain. During the 19th century, some seventeen million pounds of basalt was mined from the cavity of the volcano’s crater.
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