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Cerros de Tocorpuri is a volcanic complex located along the border between Bolivia and Chile. On its west side lies the rhyolite lava dome called Cerro La Torta (The Cake Hill), named so because its shape resembles that of a typical cylindrical cake. Cerros de Tocorpuri's summit has a crater that reaches a maximum diameter of 1.4 km. Cerro La Torta has a volume of about 5 cu km and the height of this lava dome above the surrounding terrain is about 150 m. Its steep sides are covered with scree... full article at wikipedia

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Created by Freebase Data Team Sep 4, 2007
Last edited by Freebase Data Team Oct 29, 2008
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