Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08628
The summit area of Volcán Barva is composed of a series of overlapping cones with about a dozen vents. At the lower right is Danta cone with a small crater lake. Forest-covered lava flows can be seen to its left. Barva is the topographic high point of Braulio Carillo National Park.
Photo by Federico Chavarria Kopper, 1999 (courtesy of Eduardo Malavassi, OVSICORI-UNA).
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