The Licancabur volcano marks the Bolivian-Chilean borderline. It is located between the Juriques volcano in the south and the Sairecabur volcano in the north. In its 400 metres wide summit crater there is a 40 x 60 metres wide crater lake, which is ice covered most of the year. In the south is of Licanibur and Juriques volcano is the Purico complex in Chile.
Bolivia 1999. Laguna Verde and Licancabur volcano.
At the left is visible the foothill of the Juriques volcano (5'704 m).
St. Vincent & the Grenadines 2002
The illustration is showing the Licancabur volcano.
The sheet was issued in honour of the "International Year of Mountains".
The six stamps are showing:
Mount Ararat 5'137 m (Turkey), Mount Ama Dablam 6'812 m (Nepal), Mount Cook 3'754 m (New Zealand)
Mount Kilimanjaro 5'895 m (Tanzania), Mount Kenya 5'199 m (Kenya), Giants Caste 3'315 m, Drakensberg (South Africa)