TOPICAL PHILIPPINES

Volcanoes

MOUNT APO

Mount Apo is a potentially active volcano, the last eruption is unknown

Mount Apo is located on the island of Mindanao and is the highest mountain in the Philippines at 2954m. Apo is flat topped with three peaks and is capped by a 500m wide volcanic crater contain a small crater lake.

First Day Covers

Tourism #1090 and 1091, 19 Apr 1971

 

Davao City, 50th Anniversary #1857, 16 Mar 1987

Phillippine Olympic Week #1936, 11 Jul 1988

(part of a se-tenant strip of 4)

National Symbols, Philippine Eagle #2508, 5 Dec 1997

Apo View Hotel, 50th Anniversary #2522, 20 Mar 1998

Phillippine Mountains #2840c, 16 Jun 2003

(part of a se-tenant block of 4 from a souvenir sheet)

Davao City, 75th Anniversary #3420d, 15 Mar 2012

First Day Covers

Stamps by Volcano

Active Volcanoes

Hibok-Hibok

Iraya

Kanloan

Mayon

Musuan

Pinatubo

Taal

Potential Active

Apo

Makiling

Inactive

Arayat

Kitanglad

Laguna Volcanic Field

Lanao Volcanic Field

Masaraga