Cerro El Volcán

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Picacho de El Volcán, the tallest peak in El Hatillo.

Cerro El Volcán[1] (sometimes written as "El Picacho Volcano") is the highest peak in El Hatillo Municipality, one of which forms the metropolitan area of Caracas (Metropolitan District of Caracas) in the north Venezuela South American. It lies west of the state of Miranda. From April 24, 1980 was declared Protected Area under the custody and control of the Ministry of Popular Power for the Environment published in Official Gazette No. 2606-E.[2]

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Coordinates: 9°54′N 66°45′W / 9.900°N 66.750°W / 9.900; -66.750