Volcan Toliman (center right), Atitlan (far right) from Volcan San Pedro (foreground). Note cinder cone on northern flank of Toliman. Lake Atitlan in the foreground and to the left of the photo. Heavily vegetated lava flows on the near flanks and north facing flanks of Toliman. Village in the center foreground. North is to the left of the photo. Lake Atitlan fills about half the Atitlan III caldera. Image courtesy DIY Travel HQ
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Tecuamburro volcano: View across Laguna Ixpaco towards the S, with the lava dome Cerro Peña Blanca in the background. (© Oscar Villarreal, via former Panoramio)
About everybody knows that Guatemala has three very active volcanoes: Fuego, Pacaya and Santa Maria’s dome Santiaguito – but did you know that a staggering 324 eruptive centers have been identified in that country?