Tacaná

(from the article `Sierra Madre de Chiapas`) ...more than 9,000 feet (2,700 m), then sloping down to the Grijalva River and the Central Valley of Chiapas on the east, the mountain range forms ... ...by a deeply eroded volcanic tableland of older origin to the north and the narrow coastal plain constructed of volcanic debris on the Pacif...
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Tacaná

Tacaná (täkänä') , volcano, 13,333 ft (4,064 m) high, on the Mexico-Guatemala boundary; second highest peak in Central America. Major eruptions occurred in 1855 and 1878.
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