The Tengchong volcanic field is situated about 430 kilometres in the northwest of Kunming city in the Yunnan Province near the border to Burma. It covers an area of about 600 square kilometres. The area is situated between the India Plate and the Eurasia Plate, where crustal movements are active, earthquakes frequently happen and volcanoes often erupt. There are about 90 conspicuous cones and among them 22 craters. The Tengchong Basin is surrounded by a group of dormant volcanoes, the most famous of them are the Dayinshan, Maanshan, Guipo, Laifeng Hill, Dakongshan and Xiaokongshan.
China 2007, Tengchong volcanic field.
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