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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popocatépetl

History. The geological history of Popocatépetl began with the formation of the ancestral volcano Nexpayantla. About 200,000 years ago, Nexpayantla collapsed in an eruption, leaving a caldera, in which the next volcano, known as El Fraile, began to form. Another eruption about 50,000 years ago caused that to collapse, and Popocatépetl rose ...

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Popocatepetl is one of Mexico's most active volcanoes. After almost 50 years of dormancy, "Popo" came back to life in 1994 and has since then been producing powerful explosions at irregular intervals. In the past centuries befor European invasions, large eruptions produced giant mud flows that have ...

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During 10-16 September CENAPRED maintained Alert Level Yellow Phase 2 for Popocatepetl. Nighttime incandescence from the crater was visible during this time. Low-intensity exhalations were observed during 24-hour periods with consecutive daily counts of 31, 5, 7, 36, 64, 36, and 1.

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Mt. Popocatepetl (El Popo for short) is one of the most well known volcanoes in the world. If you have been paying attention, you would know that it is located in Mexico, about 40 miles southeast of Mexico City (the world’s largest city, population over 20,000,000), and about 30 miles southwest of Puebla (population 1,400,000).

volcano.oregonstate.edu/popocatepetl

Popocatepetl, the second highest volcano in Mexico, is a giant stratovolcano, 70 km (~45 miles) southeast of downtown Mexico City, and 45 km (~30 miles) southwest of the city of Puebla. Popo - as many people call it rather than struggling with its full name (Popo-cat-e-petal) - became active just before Christmas after five decades of quiet.

www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends/popocatepetl-and-iztaccihuatl-tragic...

Thus, in the ancient history of Mexico volcanoes were sacred centers, signs from gods, and characters of legends. According to Aztec mythology, two volcanoes which are located near Mexico City were once living humans – a man and woman who were deeply in love. ... View of the Popocatepetl volcano from Amecameca, Mexico State.

www.inside-mexico.com/the-legend-of-popocatepetl-iztaccihuatl

The chief had a daughter named Iztaccihuatl: the most beautiful of all the princesses, who had professed her love for young Popocatepetl, one of her father’s people and the most handsome warrior. Both professed a deep love for each other, so before leaving for war, Popocatepetl asked the chief for the hand of Princess Iztaccihuatl.

www.mexonline.com/history-popo.htm

The Legend of Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl On a clear day, the towering white peaks of the legendary Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl volcanoes can be seen from the great metropolis of Mexico City. Rising beyond 17,000 feet in elevation, these two majestic mountains offer the viewer a breathtaking sight.

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History. Popocatépetl is the Aztec word for "Smoking Mountain". Popocatépetl was an Aztec warrior who loved Iztaccíhuatl. Iztaccíhuatl's father sent Popocatepetl to war in Oaxaca. He promised him his daughter as his wife if he returned (which Iztaccíhuatl's father thought he would not).

www.britannica.com/place/Popocatepetl

Popocatépetl: Popocatépetl, (Nahuatl: “Smoking Mountain”) volcano on the border of the states of México and Puebla, central Mexico. Popocatépetl lies along Mexico’s Cordillera Neo-Volcánica at the southern edge of the Mexican Plateau, 10 miles (16 km) south of its twin, Iztaccíhuatl, and 45 miles (72 km)