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Laguna, Calabarzon, Philippines (14.16965 121.33365)
Laguna is home to 24 mountains, most of which are inactive volcanoes. The highest peak in Laguna is Mt. Banahaw, with an elevation of 2,170 m (7,120 ft). Banahaw, unlike most other volcanoes in Laguna, is an active complex stratovolcano, which last erupted in 1843. Banahaw is located in the boundary of Laguna and Quezon and is home to multiple hot springs. Laguna is also home to the Laguna Volcanic Field, which can be found near San Pablo. The Laguna Volcanic Field is composed of over 200 dormant and monogenetic maars, crater lakes, scoria cones and stratovolcanoes, the tallest of which is Mount Makiling at 1,090 m (3,580 ft) in elevation.
Majayjay Falls - Taytay Falls, Taytay, Majayjay, Laguna, Calabarzon, 4005, Philippines (14.11034 121.50753)
Coordinates: 14.11029 121.50748 14.11039 121.50758 - Minimum elevation: 216 m - Maximum elevation: 2,151 m - Average elevation: 701 m
Balanac River Irrigation Dam, Ilayang Atingay, Magdalena, Laguna, Calabarzon, 4007, Philippines (14.20019 121.44134)
Coordinates: 14.19965 121.44085 14.20060 121.44183 - Minimum elevation: 9 m - Maximum elevation: 482 m - Average elevation: 110 m