Kypseli volcano

  • Kypseli volcano
    The lava dome at Kypseli

    At the southeast edge of the Kypseli volcano massif there is the ancient acropolis Oga.

The village Kypseli, tha lava dome and the Saronic gulf. (c) Tobias Schorr
The village Kypseli, tha lava dome and the Saronic gulf. (c) Tobias Schorr

At the village Kypseli (Albanian "Kossona"), the lava dome of the same name nestles down, it extends far down to the coast and there its lava flows form the table mountain of the Acropolis Oga.

Photographs of the Kypseli volcano

At the hill of the Kypseli volcano in spring time. (c) Tobias Schorr 1991
At the hill of the Kypseli volcano in spring time. (c) Tobias Schorr 1991
The village Kypseli and its volcano. You can also see the volcanic island of Aegina. (c) Tobias Schorr
The village Kypseli and its volcano. You can also see the volcanic island of Aegina. (c) Tobias Schorr
The end of the lava flows of Kypseli volcano. On the little hill ther eis the ancient acropolis Oga. (c) Tobias Schorr
The end of the lava flows of Kypseli volcano. On the little hill ther eis the ancient acropolis Oga. (c) Tobias Schorr
The Kypseli volcano. (c) Tobias Schorr
The Kypseli volcano. (c) Tobias Schorr