The high-standing basaltic prisms in Maku, northwest of Iran along the borders with Turkey, emulate the best of its sort in the world. Prisms are the product of slow cooling of molten volcanic lava in Tertiary period. Here are Mehr’s photos of the prisms in Maku:    

The high-standing basaltic prisms in Maku, northwest of Iran along the borders with Turkey, emulate the best of its sort in the world. Prisms are the product of slow cooling of molten volcanic lava in Tertiary period.

Here are Mehr’s photos of the prisms in Maku:

 

 

SOURCE Mehr News Agency
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