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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-07850

The rounded peak in the foreground is the southernmost of the twin summit peaks of Tolimán volcano.  The older post-caldera volcano of Atitlán caldera, San Pedro, lies across Santiago Bay at the right.  On the center horizon are the peaks of Santo Tomás (left) and Santa María (right).  Tajumulco volcano, Central America's highest, is the peak on the far right horizon.  The Guatemalan volcanic front rises more than 3500 m above the hazy Pacific coastal plain at the upper left. Photo by Bill Rose, 1980 (Michigan Technological University).

The rounded peak in the foreground is the southernmost of the twin summit peaks of Tolimán volcano. The older post-caldera volcano of Atitlán caldera, San Pedro, lies across Santiago Bay at the right. On the center horizon are the peaks of Santo Tomás (left) and Santa María (right). Tajumulco volcano, Central America's highest, is the peak on the far right horizon. The Guatemalan volcanic front rises more than 3500 m above the hazy Pacific coastal plain at the upper left.

Photo by Bill Rose, 1980 (Michigan Technological University).


San Pedro

Tolimán