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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08251

Conical Santa Clara volcano lies at the SE end of the Telica volcanic complex.  The 834-m-high stratovolcano, seen here from the south, has a small summit crater about 150 m in diameter.  Santa Clara was considered to have been active during the 16th century, and early explorers reported the volcano to be smoking, but no specifically dated eruptions have been recorded. Photo by Paul Kimberly, 1998 (Smithsonian Institution).

Conical Santa Clara volcano lies at the SE end of the Telica volcanic complex. The 834-m-high stratovolcano, seen here from the south, has a small summit crater about 150 m in diameter. Santa Clara was considered to have been active during the 16th century, and early explorers reported the volcano to be smoking, but no specifically dated eruptions have been recorded.

Photo by Paul Kimberly, 1998 (Smithsonian Institution).


Telica