Dallol is located in the Danakil Depression in NE Ethiopia, in a remote area subject to the highest average temperature on the planet. It lies 120 m below sea level. The Dallol area encompasses Dallol mountain (which rises about 60 m above the surrounding salt plain), different mineral substances, and “Black Mountain.” Dallol Mountain thought to have been formed as the result of intrusion of a basaltic magma body underneath. There are deposits in the Dallol area include potash in the form of Sylvite, Carnallite, Kainite; sulphur, mineral salt, and fumarolic deposits. It is incredible to see the bubbling hot spring of sulphur, potash, and mineral salt


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