Cordón del Azufre
The volcanic solid mass of the Cordón del Azufre is a small inactive volcanic complex located in the central Andes cordillera at the border between the Argentine (provinces of Catamarca and Salta) and the Chile (IIe Région of Antofagasta).
SituationIt is an Andean volcanic solid mass located on the north-western edge of Puna of the Argentinian province of Catamarca, in the Département of Antofagasta of the Sierra, like in the extreme south-west of the Département of Los the Andes and in the east of IIe Région of Antofagasta of the Chile.
DescriptionIt is about a large field of lava noirâtre, strewn with four or five craters, which give the impression of large bubbles burst to the surface of a pasty soup. The volcano is not currently active.
- the collar Paso Socompa
- Chart of the province of Catamarca
- Chart of the province of Salta
- List and photographs of the principal volcanos of South America
- Chart of the department of Antofagasta of the Sierra with the area of Cordón del Azufre
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