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  Nevado de Toluca is a 4200 m high extinct volcano 1h drive from Mexico City. Protected since 1936, it has the statut of National Park today. The volcano itself lies within the boundaries of Trans Mexican Volcanic Belt Pine - Oak forest ecosystem complex and harbors many endangered species of fauna and flora.
To learn more about Nevado de Toluca visit the Places section of the web
  view of the crater lake in Nevado de Toluca National Park
Mexico state
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