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Atacazo viewed from the other side
|Elevation||4,463 m (14,642 ft)|
|Last eruption||320 BCE ± 16 years|
Atacazo is a volcano of the Western Cordillera located 25 kilometers southwest of Quito, Ecuador. Atacazo is a stratovolcano formed by the action of a Late-Pleistocene to Holocene caldera. The last eruption of the Atacazo was nearly 2300 years ago.
- "Atacazo". Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 24 January 2013.
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