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Kilauea Caldera, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park HI

A crater within a crater . . . The 500-foot Halemaumau Crater is but a mere pockmark on the 3-mile face of Kilauea Crater on top of the world's most active volcano. Kilauea, which means "much spewing," erupted in 1983 and is still fuming.

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