This sulfuric crater is part of an 8,884-foot-high active volcano – one of the few accessible active volcanoes in the (hint!!) Americas. But where in the world is it? Venture a guess in the comments, and then find out »

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  1. Paul Mayfield says:

    Poas Volcano, Poas National Park, Costa Rica.

  2. gerald metz says:

    the island of montserrat

  3. gerald metz says:

    santa anna volcano El Savador

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