Tutupaca is a twin volcano in Peru, about 5,815 metres (19,078 ft) high. It is located in the Tacna Region, Candarave Province, Candarave District. Tutupaca is situated northwest of Lake Vilacota and Yucamane volcano. The northern edifice is more strongly eroded and underwent a flank collapse. The volcano has postglacial lava flows and underwent a major historical eruption between 1787 and 1802. Historic records of the latest eruption were considered to be from the neighboring Yucamane volcano before being confirmed by recent geochronology work. The volcano is also active with fumaroles, one was reported on the northeastern flank in 1953. Debris avalanche deposits are mined for sulfur.
By elevation Volcán Tutupaca is
# 1 out of 658 in Tacna # 1 out of 97 in Candarave # 72 out of 21468 in Peru
By prominence Volcán Tutupaca is
# 1 out of 658 in Tacna # 1 out of 97 in Candarave # 34 out of 21468 in Peru
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