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Aguas Calientes (volcano)

Aguas Calientes Volcano or Cerro Aguas Calientes, also called Simbad, is a cone-shaped stratovolcano located 5 km east of Lascar Volcano and directly north of Laguna Lejia, in the Antofagasta Region of Chile. Also in the area are the volcanoes Acamarachi and Chiliques.

A small crater lake is found within its summit crater, which is one of the highest lakes in the world. The crater lake is tinged red, indicating large populations of microorganisms.

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