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Old May 19th, 2013, 07:11 PM   #1
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The Southern Cone: Argentina , Chile & Uruguay

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On the shores of Lake Llanquihue, this city has a lovely setting, marked by the German influenced architecture

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Osorno , Chile
The livestock capital of Chile

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Punta Arenas , Chile
Before the Panama Canal opened in 1914 was the main port in the navigation between the Pacific and Atlantic to be located in the Strait of Magellan, hence his heyday dating, which made a great cosmopolitan and commercial center the southern tip of South America. This has made it the center of the city a European in design and outstanding architecture


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Puerto Varas , Southern Chile

It consists of about 32.00 inhabitants and is situated on the shores of Lake Llanquihue. It was formed from the German Colonization with immigrants who settled here around 1852 and 1853. The city has always been renowned for its relation to tourism, offering beautiful natural landscapes, good food, beaches, parks, fly fishing, proximity of springs and sports centers in the surrounding area such as mountaineering, skiing, golf, water sports, kayaking, rafting, horseback riding and canoping. There are also deer hunting.



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Thank you Fauvista for those great pics! I really like those towns / villages in Chile.

Looking forward to see more pictures of the three countries, including mine, lol
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Temuco
Temuco, capital of the Araucanía Region, is a city in southern Chile, which is equidistant from the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains. The site of the city morphologically corresponds to Soldering Iron River fluvial terraces that develop as sandwiched between the Cerro Ñielol (350 m) and Cerro Conun Huenu (360 m). In addition, the hill of Temuco is a historical and cultural center, which has been preserved as Monumento Natural Cerro Ñielol which is protected by CONAF, because of its history in the founding of the city, thus having the Armistice Patagua, which hosted parliament between the Chilean Army and the Mapuches that lived in the area, there latter agreed to donate their land to the government of Chile.
















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Valdivia
The beer capital of Chile
Various cultural activities have a long tradition, in part thanks to the arrival of German settlers, as well as the arrival of hard-working people mainly from Chiloe and the central area.


















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Coyhaique

The city was founded on October 12, 1929 as a tribute to Baquedano-Chilean General Manuel Baquedano-changing his current appointment in 1934 to distinguish it from the town of the same name of the Antofagasta Region. Its establishment was intended to facilitate the task of colonization of the area as well as provide support for the operation of Aysen Industrial Society, which maintained its facilities in the town since 1906. He had tremendous growth since its inception, becoming a municipality in 1948 and in the regional capital in 1974, as part of the regionalization process.


















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