The Volcano Islands (火山列島, Kazan Rettō?) is a group of three Japanese islands south of the Bonin Islands that belong to the municipality of Ogasawara.
Volcano Islands, Japanese Kazan-rettō, archipelago, Tokyo to (metropolis), far southern Japan. The islands lie in the western Pacific between the Bonin Islands ...
Volcanoes of the Volcano Islands, Japan - information / VolcanoDiscovery/ VolcanoDiscovery
plural noun 1. three islands in the W Pacific, belonging to Japan: under U.S. administration 1945–68.
Mauna Loa, one of the volcanic islands that make up the big island of Hawaii, is the most massive single mountain in the world because of its sheer bulk.
having served in the Central Pacific, participated in the capture of Iwo Jima and Volcano Islands, was wounded in action on March 4, 1945, was awarded a purple heart ...
Iwo-jima, Volcano Islands, Japan Location: 24.3N, 141.5E Elevation: 528 feet (161 m) Space Shuttle photo STS068-0155-0161 taken October 4, 1994. Iwo-jima (the name ...
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Volcano Islands, Jap. Kazan-retto, island group, c.11 sq mi , W Pacific. The group consists of three islands, of which Iwo Jima is the most
Vulcano (Sicilian: Vurcanu) is a small volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 25 km (16 mi) north of Sicily and the southernmost of the eight Aeolian Islands.