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Plaza de Armas y Municipalidad de Temuco
Chile

Temuco is the capital of the Araucania Region and the Province of Cautín, Chile, while a Commune. Located 670 miles south of Santiago, the capital of Chile. By their environment, full of natural beauty and its proximity to a number of resorts lake, is a city from which to start various tour operators. There is also one of the most important of Araucania and this Ñielol Hill Natural Monument which is 7 blocks from the Plaza de Armas in Temuco, where it is visible the beauty of the forest of Araucania. Thus, Temuco forms a tourist town, which welcomes tourists to the IX Region of La Frontera.

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