Origin of caldera
Examples from the Web for caldera
Contemporary Examples of caldera
Below lies the turquoise waters of the caldera, flecked with the white triangles of sailing boats.Book a Room for Two in a Santorini Cave
June 10, 2014
Situated at 5,400 feet, it's encircled by jagged peaks that make you feel you're cupped inside a caldera.Big-Sky West Texas: A Road Trip Through Hidden America
Condé Nast Traveler
March 18, 2014
Historical Examples of caldera
Caldera's wife was the only one that did not forget the accident.Luna Benamor
Vicente Blasco Ibez
View of the Isle of Palma, and of the entrance into the central cavity or Caldera.A Manual of Elementary Geology
I marvel now that the "Caldera" should have lived through the storm.
I am a Frenchwoman, and was a passenger on board the 'Caldera.'
However this may have been, Caldera went to serve under Ancostan an officer of the king of Bisnagar.
Word Origin for caldera
"cavity on the summit of a volcano," 1865, from Spanish caldera "cauldron, kettle," from Latin caldarium, caldarius "pertaining to warming," from calidus "warm, hot" (see calorie).