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Toconce is a small Chilean village located on the south rim of the Toconce River Canyon at 3,350 m above sea level. [1] To the north, the landscape is dominated by the volcanoes Cerro Paniri, Cerro del León and Toconce.

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  1. "Ayquina and Toconce". Entry on the UNESCO Tentative List. Retrieved 2008-07-05.

Coordinates: 22°15′52″S68°09′58″W / 22.26444°S 68.16611°W / -22.26444; -68.16611