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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08031

Masaya (left) and Nindirí (right) cones are seen here from the NW across the floor of Masaya caldera.  Santiago crater, the source of most of Masaya's historical eruptions, lies in the saddle between the two cones.  Historical and prehistorical lava flows blanket the caldera floor. Photo by Jaime Incer, 1990.

Masaya (left) and Nindirí (right) cones are seen here from the NW across the floor of Masaya caldera. Santiago crater, the source of most of Masaya's historical eruptions, lies in the saddle between the two cones. Historical and prehistorical lava flows blanket the caldera floor.

Photo by Jaime Incer, 1990.


Masaya