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Jeju is an island, formed by volcanic eruptions approximately 1.2million years ago. In the center of the island 1,950 m Mount Halla stands magnificently with secondary volcanic cones (oreums) dotted around the island. The island possesses various volcanic topographies. In addition to Mount Halla, small-scale monogenetic volcanoes like Sunrise Peak and lava caves have great value as World Heritage sites. The secondary materials formed in the lava caves such as stalactites, stalagmites, and petrified materials are of significant academic and scenic value.

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