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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04330

Turrialba is the SE-most Holocene volcano in Costa Rica, seen here from the upper flank of Irazú to its SW. There are three craters in the upper end of a broad summit scarp that opens towards the NE. Photo by William Melson, 1969 (Smithsonian Institution)

Turrialba is the SE-most Holocene volcano in Costa Rica, seen here from the upper flank of Irazú to its SW. There are three craters in the upper end of a broad summit scarp that opens towards the NE.

Photo by William Melson, 1969 (Smithsonian Institution)

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