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The Barren Landscape of Purmamarca
Argentina

A trail aptly named Los Colorados Walk runs behind the famed Cerro de Siete Colores in Purmamarca. The sediments that make the little mound so resplendent in colours are indeed found in various proportions and combinations in the surrounding landscape.

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