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Petacas

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Cerro de Las Petacas volcano is a lava dome in southern Colombia NE of Doña Juana volcano. The age of its last activity is unknown, but there are youthful-looking cinder cones nearby and the volcano might still be considered active.
Volcano type lava dome dormant
Location
Summit elevation 4054 m / 13,300 ft
Petacas volcano eruptions unknown
Typical eruption style effusive

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