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Quebrada de Purmamarca
Argentina

Quebrada de Purmamarca with the famous Cerro de los Siete Colores as pictured here is often considered as part of the larger valley of Quebrada de Humahuaca which has been made famous as it has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on grounds of its history as a major trade route that goes back well before the Incan time.

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Tags: purmamarca; humahuaca; cerro de los siete colores; quebrada de humahuaca; jujuy
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