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Lago Calafquén

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El lago Calafquén es un lago de origen glaciar de Chile, uno de los integrantes del grupo conocido como los Siete Lagos, que se encuentra a 30 km al sur de Villarrica y a 17 km al noreste de Panguipulli.

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Imágenes cercanas en Chile

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A: Playa Grande en Licán Ray

por Marco Antonio, a 10.9 km.

Licán Ray,1 del mapudungun Licán Ray ("Flor de Roca"), es un pueblo ubicado en la ribera norte del la...

Playa Grande en Licán Ray

B: Playa Grande de Licán Ray - Lago Calafquén

por Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), a 11.0 km.

It is a small resort town located on the northern shore of Lake Calafquén which has 3,000 inhabitants...

Playa Grande de Licán Ray - Lago Calafquén

C: Plaza de Lican Ray

por Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), a 11.2 km.

Licán Ray, del mapudungun Licán Ray, es un pueblo ubicado en la ribera norte del lago Calafquén, form...

Plaza de Lican Ray

D: Catamarán en Lican Ray

por Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), a 11.4 km.

It is a small resort town located on the northern shore of Lake Calafquén which has 3,000 inhabitants...

Catamarán en Lican Ray

E: Templo Capuchino de Panguipulli

por Marco Antonio, a 14.8 km.

Esta iglesia fue construida en 1947 por el padre capuchino Bernabé de Lucerna. La iglesia está inspir...

Templo Capuchino de Panguipulli

F: Monumento Mapuche y Conquista Araucana Panguipulli

por Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), a 14.9 km.

Panguipulli (del mapudungún pangipülli, "tierra del puma", o tal vez pangipüllü "espíritu del puma"; ...

Monumento Mapuche y Conquista Araucana Panguipulli

G: Iglesia San Sebastián de Panguipulli

por Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), a 14.9 km.

 Panguipulli (del mapudungún pangipülli, "tierra del puma", o tal vez pangipüllü "espíritu del puma";...

Iglesia San Sebastián de Panguipulli

H: Muelle en Panguipulli

por Marco Antonio, a 15.0 km.

Muelle en el lago Panguipulli. Panguipulli ("Cerro del puma", del mapudungún pangui=púma pulli=Cerro)...

Muelle en Panguipulli

I: Camino de Lava, en las cercanías de Coñaripe, Novena Región de Chile.

por Pablo Belmar Mardones (DigitalStudio.cl), a 16.8 km.

Camino de Lava, rastro de la erupción del volcán Villarrica el año 1971. El badén se encuentra entre ...

Camino de Lava, en las cercanías de Coñaripe, Novena Región de Chile.

J: Embarcadero de Villarrica, Chile

por MANFRED REINICKE, a 26.4 km.

Villarrica es una ciudad que forma parte de la región turística conocida como el "Distrito de Los Lag...

Embarcadero de Villarrica, Chile

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