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Paricutín location map


The Paricutín in the foreground (left) is an extremely young volcano in southern Mexico. It began to raise in 1943 and grew more then 400m since then. On the right various other small volcanoes can be seen, behind the Colima Volcano and in the background the Pacific Ocean.

View: Paricutín
Location: Lon -100.995°
Lat 19.371°
Altitude: 59 km
Direction: 278°
Camera Angle: 32°
User Rating: 2.7
Location Map:    Visible Topography
Paricutín location map

Related Views:

Mexico City
Colima Volcano

Visitor comments:

by will from United States posted on Thu Apr 26 2007 20:23:16
this is a realistic pic.
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