• The Vatican is probably to small to have an own volcano ( :) ). I think Finland doesn't have sleeping, let alone active volcanoes.
  • I think Liechtenstein is a good candidate.
  • Good question. Here's a volcano index sorted by countries: I wish I had time to juxtapose the list but I'll take a guess from what countries I can think of: Djibouti Liberia Tunisia Algeria Somalia Zimbabwe Malawi Nigeria Nepal- I think there are very few volcanoes in the Himalayas Bhutan Wales England Denmark Norway Sweden Scotland Ireland Morocco Egypt Botswana South Africa Finland
  • Monaco and Rhode Island
  • Uruguay, Maldives, Australia, kuwait
  • Kevonia?
  • Australia's volcanoes are long dead and all worn down.
  • Here's a list all the countries that DO have them. Afghanistan Antarctica Argentina Armenia Ascension Island Australia (active volcanoes only on island territories: none on the mainland or in Tasmania) Bolivia Brazil Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Costa Rica Democratic Republic of the Congo Djibouti Dominica Ecuador El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Fiji France (only 1 dormant one: last erupted over 6000 years ago) French Polynesia French Southern and Antarctic Lands Georgia Germany (several dormant ones, none have erupted since 7000 BC) Greece Grenada Guadeloupe Guatemala Honduras Iceland India Indonesia Iran Italy Japan Kenya Korea Libya Madagascar Malaysia Martinique Mexico Mongolia Montserrat Myanmar Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Pacific Ocean Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Peru the Philippines Portugal Macedonia Réunion Russia Rwanda Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines São Tomé and Príncipe Saudi Arabia Solomon Islands South Africa South Sandwich Islands Spain Sudan Syria Taiwan Tanzania Tonga Tristan da Cunha Turkey Uganda USA Vanuatu Vietnam Wallis Islands Western Samoa Yemen If you're trying to avoid them, best try the British Isles or the North German Plain (western France through western Russia, north of the Alps and Carpathians.
  • Well, I see Jack covered your Q fairly well, only I think he could have left a better conclusion: I live in Australia; he mentioned something about some Island territories having them here. The only I can think of must be off the far Northern Queensland coast. Otherwise you have the entire mainland of a stretch somewhere between 2,500 miles wide and nearly the same north to south!!!! I think that's pretty safe. Don't you??

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