The broad Isluga volcanic complex is visible in the upper left corner of this Expedition 9 image.
|Elevation||5,550 m (18,210 ft)|
Isluga (Spanish pronunciation: [isˈluɣa]) is a stratovolcano located in Colchane, 7 km west of the Chile/Bolivia border and at the west end of a group of volcanoes lined up in an east-west direction, which also includes the volcanoes Cabaray and Tata Sabaya. Isluga has an elongated summit area and lies within the borders of Volcán Isluga National Park.
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