What is the largest volcano in the Philippines?
The Apolaki Caldera is a volcanic crater with a diameter of 150 kilometers (93 mi), making it the world’s largest caldera.
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When was the largest volcanic eruption in the Philippines?
Mount Pinatubo, Philippines. The ash and smoke cloud ejected by Mount Pinatubo in 1991 contained about twice as much matter as that thrown up by the El Chichón volcano (1982), making Pinatubo perhaps the largest eruption of the 20th century. Pinatubo erupted again in late August 1992, killing more than 72 people.