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Chile's Chait̩n Volcano from Space

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Your custom Throw Pillow with Insert is printed on two sides and made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric, a high quality product that will look great in your home. This custom cut and hand sewn pillow is available in square and rectangle proportions to best fit your image. The pillow is finished with a concealed zipper for easy care. 


This product includes a pillow insert. 
Spot Clean Only.

Your custom Outdoor Throw Pillow with Insert is printed on two sides and made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric, a high quality product that will look great in your home. This custom cut and hand sewn pillow is available in square and rectangle proportions to best fit your image. The included pillow insert is not removable. 

Outdoor Pillow with Insert. No UV Properties - Waterproof and Mildew Proof.

Your custom Throw Pillow Cover is printed on two sides and made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric, a high quality product that will look great in your home. This custom cut and hand sewn pillow is available in square and rectangle proportions to best fit your image. The pillow is finished with a concealed zipper for easy care.

This product does not include a pillow insert. Spot Clean Only. 

Chile's Chait̩n Volcano had been dormant for more than 9,000 years when it erupted in May 2008. In the months that followed, the volcano remained active, releasing plumes of steam and volcanic ash, coating local vegetation, clogging waterways, and inundating the nearby town of the same name. On January 19, 2009, an explosive dome collapse occurred at the volcano, according to a bulletin from the Volcanism Blog. A thick plume of ash and steam blew from the volcano's summit approximately 70 kilometers (38 nautical miles) to the north-northeast, according to the U.S. Air Force Weather Agency.


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