El Misti

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El Mis·ti

 (mē′stē)
A dormant volcano, 5,822 m (19,101 ft) high, in the Cordillera Occidental of southern Peru. It has long figured in Peruvian legends and poetry.

El Misti

(ɛl ˈmiːstiː)
n
(Placename) a volcano in S Peru, in the Andes. Height: 5852 m (19 199 ft)

El Mis•ti

(ɛl ˈmis ti)
n.
a volcano in S Peru, in the Andes. 19,200 ft. (5880 m).
Also called Misti.
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Noun1.El Misti - the world's 2nd largest active volcanoEl Misti - the world's 2nd largest active volcano; located in the Andes in southern Peru
Peru, Republic of Peru - a republic in western South America; achieved independence from Spain in 1821; was the heart of the Inca empire from the 12th to 16th centuries
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The 2 ka eruption of Misti Volcano, southern Peru--the most recent Plinian eruption of Arequipa's iconic volcano.
On their budget Robin and Christine could fit in a 9-night tour including a stay in Arequipa, a beautiful colonial city at the foot of Misti Volcano.
After the cruise, guests will take an excursion to El Misti Volcano and Colca Canyon, the deepest canyon in the world -- more than twice as deep as the Grand Canyon.