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Lago Puelo - Verano 2013-
South America

Puelo Lake is a body of water located in the northwest of the province of Chubut, Argentina. It occupies a bowl fluvial-glacial origin of 180 meters deep. Near the lake is the town of the same name.

The lake is within the National Park and Lake Puelo. For the beauty of its landscape (forests, rivers, mountains), receives 20,000 tourists every summer. Complexes has lodges and cabins. Practiced fishing and water sports.

Copyright: Hernan Folmer
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Caricate: 17/02/2013
Aggiornato: 15/10/2014
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Tags: lago; lagoon; montana; montañas; mountain; arrayanes; pinos; água; blue; patagonia; argentina; bariloche; sur; green; landscape; beach; nature; paradise; river
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