Camping Irma, Lago Llanquihue
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Camping Irma, Lago Llanquihue

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Camping Irma, en el Lago Llanquihue. Este camping se encuentra ubicado a 1 Km de el hermoso Pueblo Semi-Turístico-Rural "Las Cascadas". Muchas gracias a Don Luis y la Sra. Julieta por tener este espacio al aire libre para todos los turistas donde podemos deslumbrar el lago y el Volcán de día y de Noche.

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A: Camping Irma

by Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), 70 meters away

Este camping se encuentra ubicado a 1 Km de el hermoso Pueblo Semi-Turístico-Rural "Las Cascadas". Se...

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B: Via Lactea Volcan Osorno y lago Llanquihue en camping Irma

by Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), 100 meters away

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C: Las Cascadas, Lago Llanquihue

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D: Ensenada

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E: View from Lake Theatre - Frutillar

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F: Muelle Mirador en Frutillar

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G: Teatro del Lago - Frutillar

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H: Frutillar y Municipalidad

by Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN), 33.4 km away

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I: Campos de Frutillar

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J: Iglesia Católica de Frutillar

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