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Fuego

(fwē`gō) or

Volcán de Fuego

(bōlcän` thē fwē`gō) [Span.,=volcano of fire], active volcano, 12,346 ft (3,763 m) high, S central Guatemala, near the colonial city of Antigua Guatemala. One of Central America's most active volcanoes and a popular tourist attraction, its frequent, vigorous eruptions have been recorded since the early 1500s.

Fuego

 

an active volcano in Central America, in southern Guatemala, near Guatemala’s old capital, Antigua. Fuego, which is 3,763 m high, last erupted in 1973–75.

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The design for Fuego, developed by London based consultancy CADA Design, will have a contemporary look and feel.
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Fuego has been the most active volcano in Central America in recent years, according to Insivumeh.
25 000-23 000 BP) glaciers re-advanced on two occasions, generating windows of opportunity for early people to migrate from Patagonia to Tierra del Fuego (McCulloch & Morello 2009).
Solitaire began its work in mid November 2009, laying pipe along the coast of Santa Cruz (in Cape Virgenes) toward Tierra del Fuego (Cape Espiritu Santo).
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