Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04153
Las Pilas stratovolcano, seen here from the S, is the most prominent feature of Nicaragua's Las Pilas volcanic complex. Las Pilas rises to 900 m above its base in the Nicaraguan depression. Its broad summit contains a 700-m-wide crater and a N-S fissure that formed during an eruption in 1952.
Photo by Bill Rose, 1967 (Michigan Technological University).
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