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01 Sierra Las Quijadas San Luis
Argentina

El Parque Nacional Sierra de las Quijadas se encuentra ubicado en el noroeste de la Provincia de San Luis, en Argentina, en los Departamentos Belgrano y Ayacucho, y abarca una superficie aproximada de 150.000 ha.


Fue creado en 1991, para proteger las especies que habitan el lugar y para conservar ambientes representativos del Chaco Árido y del Monte, además de preservar sus yacimientos arqueológicos y paleontológicos. En él se destaca el Potrero de la Aguada; el mismo nombre lleva el río que sólo en la época de lluvia recorre el lugar. En el resto del año, su curso sólo presenta arena y rocas.

Las sierras del Potrero, con sus acantilados, cornisas y terrazas, tienen un color rojizo. Apenas cubiertas de vegetación, delimitan un inmenso anfiteatro natural.

fuente: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parque_Nacional_Sierra_de_las_Quijadas

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Uploaded: 12/02/2011
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