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Looking down into the extinct Pululahua volcanic crater, the largest in all of South America, and its flat and fertile ground that is used for agriculture. The Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve is the largest crater in South America, and two small cones can still be seen rising from the crater.
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Looking down into the extinct Pululahua volcanic crater, the largest in all of South America, and its flat and fertile ground that is used for agriculture. The Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve is the largest crater in South America, and two small cones can still be seen rising from the crater.