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A place every brave adventurer should visit: strange and miraculous Patagonia 8/18/2016 •

Patagonia is an amazing land of majestic mountaintop glaciers and strong winds. They say, nature grows wild there, and we can well believe it.


This area shared by Argentina and Chile and located at the southern frontier of South America impresses every newly arrived guest with its endless emptiness and enchanting silence. Patagonia covers an area of about 400,000 square miles. Its total population is about 2 million people, which makes it one of the most sparsely populated regions on the planet...

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