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Salinas de Cahuil
VI Region of Chile

Vista panorámica de las salinas de cahuil.

Cáhuil es un pequeño caserío chileno localizado a 15 kilómetros al sur de Pichilemu, en la desembocadura del estero Nilahue, Región de O'Higgins. Su nombre en mapudungun significa "lugar de gaviotas" (Larus maculipennis), aves comunes de la zona. La principal característica de este lugar es la producción artesanal de sal de costa, así como la producción de ostras y choros zapato. La laguna de Cáhuil, rodeada de un vasto humedal, es un lugar apto para la pesca, la natación y paseos en bote.

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Copyright: Marco antonio
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 21/02/2012
Updated: 14/08/2014
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