Cerro del Azufre

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Cerro del Azufre
Cerro del Azufre, Chile, 2016-02-09, DD 38.JPG
Cerro del Azufre.
Highest point
Elevation 5,846 m (19,180 ft)
Coordinates 21°47′14″S 68°14′15″W / 21.78722°S 68.23750°W / -21.78722; -68.23750Coordinates: 21°47′14″S 68°14′15″W / 21.78722°S 68.23750°W / -21.78722; -68.23750
Geography
Cerro del Azufre is located in Chile
Cerro del Azufre
Cerro del Azufre
Location of Cerro del Azufre in Chile
Location Chile
Parent range Andes
Geology
Mountain type Stratovolcano
Last eruption Unknown

Cerro del Azufre (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈsero ðel aˈsufɾe]) is a stratovolcano located in El Loa Province, Antofagasta Region, Chile. It is part of a chain of volcanoes that separate Upper Loa River basin from Salar de Ascotán basin and is flanked to the west by a dacitic lava dome called Chanka or Pabellón. The 6000 metre volcanoes San Pedro and San Pablo are located to the southwest of Cerro del Azufre.

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