Salto de la princesa curacautin chile

El Salto La Princesa es una exuberante caída de agua de 60 mts. de altura, ubicado a 19 km de Curacautín, pasando por la localidad de Manzanar, vale la pena visitarlo.

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Uploaded: 15/03/2011
Updated: 14/08/2014


Tags: falls; salto; caida; água; curacautin; chile
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