Ecuador
Pululagua Crater

The Pululagua, also known as Pululahua is a dormant volcano in the north of Quito Canton.

The volcano crater is situated within an Ecuadorian national park known as the "Reserva Geobotánica Pululahua".

La Marca hills are the southernmost of a group of lava domes pre-dating the formation of Pululagua's caldera. Cerro Sincholagua (3'356 m) forms the highest peak of the Pululagua crater.

The Equatorial Monument "Mitad del Mundo" is located close to Pululagua Crater.

Other Peaks of the Pululahua Crater are Mount Pleasure (3'084 metres), the Maucaquito (3'260 m), the Sincholagua (3'358 m) , La Marca (3'083 m), the Loma Mirador (3'259 m) and Cerro del Chivo boiler.

 

 Ecuador Equatorial Monument near Pululagua Volcano Mountain stamp 1949

Ecuador 1949, the Equatorial Monument "Mitad del Mundo" and La Marca hills (3'083 metres).

 

 Ecuador Equatorial Monument near Pululagua Volcano Mountain stamp 1962

Ecuador 1962, the Equatorial Monument "Mitad del Mundo" and La Marca hills.

 

 

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