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Purico Complex


The Purico Complex is a pyroclastic shield, located in northern Chile, immediately south of the border between Bolivia and Chile.

Subsidiary features

Stratovolcanoes

* Cerros de Macon - 5,130 m

* Cerro Toco - 5,604 m

Maar

* Alitar - 5,346 m

Lava domes

* Cerro Agua Amarga - 5,058 m

* Cerro Aspero - 5,262 m

* Cerro Chajnantor - 5,639 m

* Cerro El Chascon - 5,703 m

* Cerro Negro - 5,016 m

* Cerro Putas - 5,462 m

See also

List of volcanoes in Chile

San Pedro de Atacama

Llano de Chajnantor Observatory

NANTEN2 Observatory

Licancabur

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