Volcano Name Quiz

Welcome to the volcano name quiz. Did you know that there are over 1,900 volcanoes around the world? The most active ones are in the Pacific and near the tectonic plates of the Earth. During eruptions, these volcanoes spout ash, gas and magma, which can be dangerous for the surrounding area. Among the classic examples of volcanoes, there are the Hawaiian Islands and Mount Fuji in Japan.

The most famous volcano in the world is Eyjafjallajokull, which is glacier-capped and one of the most famous in the world. You can pronounce it, but it's impossible to pronounce it outside of Iceland. It's better to say it three times and you'll be fine. But it's still difficult to say without the help of a dictionary.

The Thrihnukagigur volcano in Iceland last erupted about 4,000 years ago. It is named after the three peaks in the shape of a triangle, and the crater is known as the Three Peaks Crater. During its eruption, a glacier covered the entire crater. During this eruption, a volcanic ash cloud spread far from the crater and weakened the upper part of the mountain. The resulting depression filled with water created a lake that we know today as Crater Lake.

How well do you know your volcano? Test your knowledge of geological names and take the Volcano Name Quiz. What is Yours? Now, find out what volcano is the most famous in the world! There are over a thousand names of volcanoes, and you can make up a quiz to see which one you know. Just make sure to take the quiz to learn more about the name of your favorite one.

What is your Volcano Name?

Answer a few easy question and we will tell you what your Volcano Name is.