Mexico - A Land of Volcanoes From Cortes to AlemaneBook - 2013
Volcanoes have always been impressive as awe-inspiring outbursts of the powers of nature. They arouse wonderment by their majesty and they excite terror because of their devastation. But once their activity has subsided, they leave as souvenirs fascinating rock formations, enchanting lakes, refreshing springs, healing waters, playful geysers, delightful waterfalls, sylvan mountain scenery, and often majestic snow-covered peaks. The behavior of human beings, individuals or groups, sometimes resembles the destructive activity and subsequent subsidence of volcanoes.
Publisher: [United States] : Kronenberger Press : Made available through hoopla, 2013
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