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    • Sam Ultide

      NASA satellite photo of Taranaki. The forested area matches the national park boundary fairly closely. - NEO egmont big - Mount Taranaki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    • Kate F.

      Taranaki/Mt Egmont from space... it looks so lonely over there! // Taranaki region, west coast of North Island, New Zealand

    • Kayla Rae

      Want to learn more about Mt. Egmont National Park in New Zealand?! This volcano is surrounded by lush rainforest and waterfalls. Check out more on how to preserve this beautiful world heritage tourism location on my blog! #world #heritage

    • Simon Cook

      New Zealand’s north island is home to Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, a 2,518 meter (8,261 ft) tall active volcano. Taranaki is quite young for a volcano, having become active only 135,000 years ago. Its most recent activity was a mere 160 years ago. Mount Taranaki is the center of the Egmont National Park

    • Dani Spano

      Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, is an active but quiescent stratovolcano in the Taranaki region on the west coast of New Zealand's North Island.

    • Sherry Bardone

      New Zealand, Mt. Taranaki, active volcano. Cool how you can see the circular tree line.

    • Adam Wood

      Image of gorgeous Mount Taranaki in New Zealand shot from Space.

    • Annick Vigeant

      NASA satellite photo of Mt. Taranaki, New Zealand

    • Anni

      New Zealand, Mt. Taranaki, active volcano.

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