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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Red Mountain's eruption in the [[Fourth Era]] is also believed to be related to [[the Great Collapse]] of [[Winterhold (Skyrim City)|Winterhold]].
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*Red Mountain's eruption in the [[Fourth Era]] is also believed to be related to [[the Great Collapse]] of [[Winterhold (Skyrim)|Winterhold]].
 
*Red Mountain can be seen from the far eastern border in {{Skyrim}}. It can also be seen at the top of the [[Throat of the World]] on clear days and is particularly visible in the north-eastern areas around Winterhold.
 
*Red Mountain can be seen from the far eastern border in {{Skyrim}}. It can also be seen at the top of the [[Throat of the World]] on clear days and is particularly visible in the north-eastern areas around Winterhold.
 
**The volcano can be seen past the borders, which can be passed via the console command <code>tfc</code>, disabling borders in the files, or going in a city then going over the walls and travelling to its location.
 
**The volcano can be seen past the borders, which can be passed via the console command <code>tfc</code>, disabling borders in the files, or going in a city then going over the walls and travelling to its location.
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