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mud volcano

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(Geological Science) a cone-shaped mound formed from fine mud ejected, with gases and water, from hot springs, geysers, etc, in volcanic regions
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Over a thousand mud volcanoes are known to exist in the world, and some 400 are located in the coastal area of Azerbaijan and the Caspian Sea.
Whether couples walk through bubbling Natural Mud Volcanoes in Baku and admire landmarks like Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre, or visit the peaceful Nohur Lake, a beautiful clean turquoise body of water in Gabala, they will be left fascinated and amazed by the breath-taking landscape and architecture.
Visiting the mud volcanoes figures amongst the fascinating things to do in Azerbaijan as it figures first in the world with over 350 located in the region.
Baratang islands are the ever time spectacular region of the Andaman Islands that nurture Limestone caves and Mud volcanoes.
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Most tour operators will combine another must-see attraction with the Gobustan trip -- the truly amazing mud volcanoes.
In Pakistan mud volcanoes occur in the MakranAccretionary Belt and the Pishin Belt.
Geologists say the sea-bed might rise much further, judging by the mud volcanoes found in the bed's seismically active areas, giving way to springs of water.
Also important to note, Azerbaijan is in the first place in the world for the amount of mud volcanoes - one of the visible signs of the presence of oil and gas reserves hidden deep beneath land and sea in the Caspian region.
Instead, I'm in rural Azerbaijan, on the very eastern tip of Europe, enjoying the amazing natural wonder of the nation's famous mud volcanoes.
The next on the must-visit list are the curious mud volcanoes of Azerbaijan.
This the name given to the mud volcanoes found along the coast of Lasbela and Makran districts in southern Balochistan means Basin of the god Ram Chandra or perhaps the Moon.