01 Sierra Las Quijadas San Luis

El Parque Nacional Sierra de las Quijadas se encuentra ubicado en el noroeste de la Provincia de San Luis, en Argentina, en los Departamentos Belgrano y Ayacucho, y abarca una superficie aproximada de 150.000 ha.

Fue creado en 1991, para proteger las especies que habitan el lugar y para conservar ambientes representativos del Chaco Árido y del Monte, además de preservar sus yacimientos arqueológicos y paleontológicos. En él se destaca el Potrero de la Aguada; el mismo nombre lleva el río que sólo en la época de lluvia recorre el lugar. En el resto del año, su curso sólo presenta arena y rocas.

Las sierras del Potrero, con sus acantilados, cornisas y terrazas, tienen un color rojizo. Apenas cubiertas de vegetación, delimitan un inmenso anfiteatro natural.

fuente: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parque_Nacional_Sierra_de_las_Quijadas

Ma panoramas en: http://www.altavista360.com.ar/

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