The Netherlands has its own island in the Caribbean called Mount Scenery, a volcano owned by the Netherlands in the Caribbean.
It is on the north side of the line of islands going from the Dominican Republic down to the north end of South America. Mount Scenery is a lava dome and is considered an active volcano with the potential to still erupt.
Its last eruption, however, was in 1640. Its lava dome forms the summit of the Saba island stratovolcano.
It is the largest mountain in the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Netherlands proper with an elevation of 877 meters. Even though it hasn’t erupted since 1640, it included explosions and pyroclastic flow, or lava.