Scenery


Scenery

Mont Scenery

Mont Scenery
Vue depuis le mont Scenery sur l'île de Saba
Vue depuis le mont Scenery sur l'île de Saba
Géographie
Altitude 877 m
Massif Petites Antilles
Longueur  km
Largeur  km
Superficie  km2
Coordonnées 17° 38′ 06″ Nord
       63° 14′ 21″ Ouest
/ 17.635, -63.239167
17° 38′ 06″ N 63° 14′ 21″ W / 17.635, -63.239167
Administration
Pays Pays-Bas Pays-Bas
État fédéral autonome Antilles néerlandaises Antilles néerlandaises
Commune à statut particulier Saba
Géologie
Âge Holocène
Roches Andésite
Type Volcan gris
Activité Endormi
Dernière éruption 1640
Code [1] 1600-01=
Observatoire Aucun

Le mont Scenery est un dôme de lave situé sur Saba aux Antilles néerlandaises. C'est le point culminant du Royaume des Pays-Bas.

  • Portail de la volcanologie Portail de la volcanologie
  • Portail de la montagne Portail de la montagne
  • Portail des Pays-Bas Portail des Pays-Bas
  • Portail de la Caraïbe Portail de la Caraïbe
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