"The Borawli complex consists of a group of rhyolitic lava domes on the floor of the southern Kali plain, NE of the town of Aisa Aita. A Pleistocene date was obtained from the southernmost lava flow of Borawli. A 1631 eruption (sometimes listed as 1627) attributed possibly to Amado dome (United Nations, 1973) was considered more likely to be from Dama Ali (Gouin, 1979). This 875-m-high dome complex is one of several volcanic features in Ethiopia named Borawli."  -Smithsonian Volcano Archive
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