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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08036

The vegetated peak Cerro Grande, a satellitic cone lying on the NW side of Las Pilas volcanic complex, rises to the SE above the reddish surface of Cerro Negro volcano in the foreground.  At 1001 m, Cerro Grande is the second highest peak of the N-S-trending Las Pilas volcanic complex. Photo by Franco Penalba, 1979 (courtesy of Jaime Incer).

The vegetated peak Cerro Grande, a satellitic cone lying on the NW side of Las Pilas volcanic complex, rises to the SE above the reddish surface of Cerro Negro volcano in the foreground. At 1001 m, Cerro Grande is the second highest peak of the N-S-trending Las Pilas volcanic complex.

Photo by Franco Penalba, 1979 (courtesy of Jaime Incer).

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