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Puente desde el Viaducto del Malleco
Chile

Vista del puente desde el viaducto del Malleco en Collipulli. Collipulli (mapudungún: Tierras coloradas) es una comuna de Chile, de la Provincia de Malleco en la Región de la Araucanía (Chile). Esta ciudad está ubicada a los 37° 53, de latitud Sur, y a los 72° 21, de longitud Oeste. Se encuentra asentada a 244 metros de altitud. Se le confirmó el titulo de Villa por decreto del 22 de agosto de 1874, y el de ciudad por ley el 12 de marzo de 1887.

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Copyright: Marco Antonio
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Uploaded: 21/02/2012
Updated: 14/08/2014
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