Mount Karthala

Mount Karthala or Karthola is an active volcano and the highest point of the at 2,361 m above sea level. It is the southernmost and larger of the two shield volcanoes forming island, the largest in the nation of Comoros.
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Mount Karthala

Latitude
-11.7585° or 11° 45' 30.7" south
Longitude
43.3656° or 43° 21' 56.2" east
Elevation
2361 metres (7746 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 339324324
Geo­Names ID
921841
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: القرطالة
  • Arabic: القرطولى
  • Arabic: جبل القرطالة
  • Basque: Karthala
  • Bulgarian: Картхала
  • Catalan: Karthala
  • Cebuano: Karthala
  • Chinese: 卡尔塔拉火山
  • Chinese: 蘇蘇瓦山
  • Czech: Karthala
  • Dutch: Karthala
  • Finnish: Karthala
  • French: Karthala
  • Galician: Karthala
  • Georgian: კართალა
  • German: Karthala
  • Hebrew: קרתאלה
  • Hungarian: Kartala
  • Indonesian: Gunung Karthala
  • Indonesian: Kartala
  • Indonesian: Karthala
  • Indonesian: كارتالا
  • Italian: Karthala
  • Japanese: カルタラ山
  • Japanese: カーサラ山
  • Korean: 카르탈라 산
  • Korean: 카르탈라산
  • Lithuanian: Kartala
  • Macedonian: Картала
  • Maore Comorian: Karthala
  • Moroccan Arabic: جبل قرطالة
  • Polish: Kartala
  • Portuguese: Karthala
  • Russian: Картала
  • Slovak: Karthala
  • Spanish: Karthala
  • Swahili: Mlima Karthala
  • Swedish: Karthala
  • Comoro Mountain
  • Cratère Karatala
  • Cratère Karthala
  • Karthala القرطالة
  • Le Kartala
  • Massif du Karthala
  • Mont Kartala
  • Mont Karthala
  • Sommet Kartala

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