VOLCAN POPOCATÉPETL. Su nombre, proveniente de la lengua náhuatl, compuesto por Popōca 'que humea' y tepētl «Volcan» o «No habitable».

Popocatepetl, an active volcano in Central Mexico ~ in the Aztec language of Náhuatl, Popōca means "that smokes" and tepētl "volcano" or "not inhabitable"

Moon valley, Atacama desert, Chile  This is undoubtfully the driest place in the world where there are literally decades of no rain.

Atacama Desert, Chile Moon valley, Atacama desert, Chile This is undoubtfully the driest place in the world where there are literally decades of no rain.

Region de Acatama, Cordillera de los Andes. Vista al volcan chileno Licancabur.

visitheworld: Tierra Atacama, looking towards Licancabur Volcano, Chile (by Jenn Dyer).

Osorno Volcano, Petrohue Falls, Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, Chile, South America

Petrohué Falls Sunset at Osorno Volcano, Petrohue Falls, Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, Chile, South America

Petrohue Waterfall and Osorno Volcano, Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, Patagonia, Chile

Petrohue Waterfall and Osorno Volcano, Vicente Perez Rosales National Park, Patagonia, Chile

Arizona has two active volcanoes, the famous Sunset Crater, and this one located near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. In the past, lava flows have spilled over the canyon walls and even blocked the Colorado River. For more info, see: http://www.tanocalvenoa.com/home/active-volcano-in-arizona-usa-uinkaret-volcanic-field

Located north of the Grand Canyon in the northwestern corner of the state, this is one of two active volcanoes in Arizona, the other being Sunset Crater near Flagstaff

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