- Zoom out, look around. What is this? Where is it?
- If this image interests you, explore and learn more.
Located in the Canary Islands, La Palma is most famously home to the Caldera de Taburiente.
The caldera, Spanish for cauldron, is a volcano that stands almost 4 miles (7 km) tall!
It has had 7 eruptions in recorded history, the most recent being in 1971.
Why did the clouds form around the volcano?
How did the island form?