What kind of volcano is Mount Vesuvius?

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Mount Vesuvius is a composite volcano. A composite volcano erupts in two different ways. Lava flows over the sides of the volcano and also blows rock into the air. You can find more information here: http://www.geology.wisc.edu/courses/g115/2ndCredit/Projects04/Vesuvius/Vesuvius/index.html
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