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Villarrica Volcano (Elevation: 9,380ft / 2,860m) – Chile

Overview: Chile

With an extreme geographic character, Chile has the driest desert in the world in the Atacama Desert. In the Andes mountains range, sits the highest volcanoes in the world reaching over 22,000 feet / 6,900 meters. The west coast of the country runs along the Pacific Ocean ending in Chilean Patagonia with fjords, islands and ever severe weather.

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