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Salar de Pujsa with Acamarachi and Colachi volcanoes in the distance. Colachi is visible in the rightmost portion of the image.
|Elevation||5,631 m (18,474 ft) |
|Location||Antofagasta Region, Chile|
Colachi is a stratovolcano in the Antofagasta Region of northern Chile. It was built on a basement of ignimbrites. A 7 km² silicic lava flow lies on the saddle between the volcano and Acamarachi.
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