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Hyundai Sonata

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Hyundai Palisade

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Hyundai Kona

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Hyundai Ioniq

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Volcan Tajumulco is a stratovolcano in Guatemala, close to Mexico.

Why Is It Famous?

This stratovolcano is famous as it is Central America’s highest mountain, measuring 4,202 meters.

What Is Nearby?

Volcan Tajumulco is part of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas mountain range, which starts in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. The mountain itself is in Guatemala, specifically the western region of San Marcos. There are few locals in the area around the Volcan Tajumulco. San Marcos is 14 kilometers away. You could theoretically climb the volcano in around five hours, starting from Tuichan, a nearby hamlet.

Geological Description

This volcano has an elevation of 4,220 meters and prominence of 3,980 meters. It is isolated by 722 kilometers. The volcano features andesitic-dacitic lavas. Geologists are not confident in the origin of the large escarpment that lava sits on.

The volcano has two summits, with one of them featuring a 50 to 70-meter crater. The northwestern summit features a lava flow that descends into the steep valley below.

Events in Time

There is no clear eruptive history of the volcano, with the most recent eruption unknown. Some reports indicate it erupted during the 18th or early 19th century, although others consider those eruptions to be very unlikely. Some experts indicate it likely erupted within human history, although there are no accurate dates. In October 1765, there were reports of the volcano ejecting rocks that destroyed houses. This may be due to a rock avalanche or an eruption.


Volcan Tajumulco is a Guatemalan stratovolcano and is the tallest mountain in Central America. It is part of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas Mountain Range, which starts in southern Mexico and extends into Guatemala. Only a few people have climbed the volcano, although experts indicate it would only take around five hours.

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