Volcanes de Mexico

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Muestra de los diversos volcanes existentes en territorio mexicano

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VOLCANOES OF MEXICO

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POPOCATEPETL VOLCANO, VIEW FROM THE CITY OF PUEBLA. NOTES ON THE FRONT IS THE PYRAMID CHOLULA (YES, WITH A TEMPLE OF THE COLONIAL PERIOD IN THE TOP)

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ANOTHER VIEW OF POPOCATEPETL VOLCANO (ALSO CALLED “DON GREGORIO” OR “DON GOYO”, AFFECTION)

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WELL SEE THE POPOCATEPETL VOLCANO NEAR AMECAMECA, ESTADO DE MEXICO.

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IZTACCIHUATL VOLCANO (ALSO KNOWN AS THE WOMAN ASLEEP “LA MUJER DORMIDA”) VIEW FROM SAN MARTIN TEXMELUCAN, PUEBLA.

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IZTACCIHUATL VOLCANO VIEW FROM BENITO JUAREZ INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, MEXICO CITY.

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ANOTHER VIEW OF IZTACCIHUATL VOLCANO FROM BENITO JUAREZ INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, MEXICO CITY.

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INSEPARABLE PAIRS, “IZTA” AND “THE POPO”

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VIEW FROM AMECAMECA, ESTADO DE MEXICO.

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OBSERVE THEIR CITLALTEPETL VOLCANO (ITS IS ALSO KNOWN AS “EL PICO DE ORIZABA”), IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF VERACRUZ. THIS IS THE HIGHEST SUMMIT OF THE COUNTRY

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CITLALTEPETL VOLCANO .

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NEVADO DE TOLUCA, IN ITS CRATER IS “THE LAKE OF THE MOON” (“LA LAGUNA DE LA LUNA”)

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NEVADO DE TOLUCA, VIEW FROM LA MARQUESA, ESTADO DE MEXICO.

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ANOTHER VIEW OF NEVADO DE TOLUCA.

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MALINTZIN VOLCANO, ALSO CALLED “LA MALINCHE”, IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF TLAXCALA.

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“EL COFRE DE PEROTE” (“THE CHEST OF PEROTE”), IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF VERACRUZ.

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ANOTHER VIEW OF COFRE DE PEROTE.

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TACANA VOLCANO, ON THE BORDER BETWEEN CHIAPAS AND GUATEMALA (NEAR OF TAPACHULA)

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TACANA VOLCANO WITH TAJOMULCO VOLCANO (THIS LAST IN GUATEMALA)

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EL CHICHONAL, IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF CHIAPAS; IN 1982 THIS VOLCANO ERUPTED VERY VIOLENT AND ASH ENTERS THE STRATOSPHERE, ACCELERATING THE DETERIORATION PROCESS OZONE LAYER OF ANTARTICA.

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AJUSCO VOLCANO, IS PART OF THE ECOLOGICAL RESERVE OF SOUTHERN MEXICO CITY

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ANOTHER VIEW OF AJUSCO.

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AJUSCO AND LOCAL FLORA.

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CUAUTZIN VOLCANO, IN MEXICO CITY.

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PARICUTIN VOLCANO, IS THE YOUNGEST OF THE WORLD, WAS BORN ON 20 FEBRUARY 1943.

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PARICUTIN VOLCANO ACTIVITY IN FULL.

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PARICUTIN VOLCANO ACTIVE IN 1943.

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OLD TOWN OF SAN JUAN PARANGARICUTIRO, DESTROYED BY THE ERUPTION OF THE PARICUTIN VOLCANO (STANDING ONLY WERE THE TWO TOWERS OF THE CHURCH)

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NEVADO DE COLIMA, IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF JALISCO.

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ANOTHER VIEW OF NEVADO DE COLIMA, FROM COLIMA CITY.

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“VOLCAN DE FUEGO COLIMA” (COLIMA VOLCANO OF FIRE), HAVE ERUPTIVE ACTIVITY ALONG THE YEAR.

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ANOTHER PAIRS OF VOLCANOES, NEVADO DE COLIMA AND COLIMA VOLCANO OF FIRE.

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EVERMANN VOLCANO, IN SOCORRO ISLAND (BELONGING THE ARCHIPELAGO OF ISLANDS REVILLAGIGEDO, IN THE MEXICAN PACIFIC, FRONT OF THE COAST OF MEXICAN STATE OF COLIMA)

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VOLCANO OF TEQUILA, IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF JALISCO.

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CEBORUCO VOLCANO, IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF NAYARIT.

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EL PINACATE VOLCANO, IN THE MEXICAN STATE OF SONORA; HERE NASA PREPARE ASTRONAUTS TO SEND TO THE MOON.

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MUSIC: “TE SIGO AMANDO”