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Volcan de Santa Ana or Ilamatepec

Listed under Volcanoes in Santa Ana, El Salvador.

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El Salvador’s highest point is a stratovolcano with a wide cratered summit, vents along it’s flanks, rainforest up it’s sides and a view of Coatepeque, a caldera lake - perfect for hikers.

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