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Licancabur is a highly symmetrical volcano on the border between Chile and Bolivia . It is located just southwest of Laguna Verde  in Bolivia. Elevation 5930 m 

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Imágenes cercanas en Chile


A: Laguna Verde

por Arroz Marisco, a 7.9 km.

Laguna Verde sits a lot closer near the border with chile than Laguna Colorada is. The almost perfect...

Laguna Verde

B: Laguna Verde Bolivia

por Miguel Alonso Fischer, a 8.2 km.

Laguna Verde in the south of Bolivia. You can see the Volcan Licancabur(5930m) The green colour of th...

Laguna Verde Bolivia

C: Laguna Blanca, Bolivia

por Konstantin Lamin, a 10.0 km.

Laguna Blanca, Bolivia

D: Pueblo de Machuca en Atacama

por Guga Siqueira, a 32.2 km.

Al regreso de los Geysers del Tatio se visita este pequeño pueblo atacameño ubicado a 4000 m.s.n.m. y...

Pueblo de Machuca en Atacama

E: Un Hotelito en San Pedro

por javier pascual, a 33.2 km.

This is a room of an hotel in S. Pedro. As I don't remember its name or proper location, I have locat...

Un Hotelito en San Pedro

F: La Aldea Hotel at San Pedro de Atacama

por Guga Siqueira, a 33.5 km.

La Aldea Hotel at San Pedro de Atacama

G: San Pedro de Atacama

por cristian gussago, a 33.7 km.

San Pedro de Atacama

H: Desierto de Dalí

por Arroz Marisco, a 33.9 km.

The vast open space  of the Bolivian Altiplano is home to some of the most amazing landscapes in the ...

Desierto de Dalí

I: Puesta de Sol - Salar de Atacama

por Rokyun Ha, a 35.2 km.

Puesta de Sol - Salar de Atacama

J: Pucara de Quitor, Atacama

por Iker Ordoño, a 35.3 km.


Pucara de Quitor, Atacama

Este panorama fue tomado en Chile, South America

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Text by Steve Smith.

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