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Quebrada de Jerez 9
Chile
Un paraíso en medio del desierto, ubicado en el pueblo de Toconao y regada por el río del mismo nombre, a 38 kilómetros al sur de San Pedro de Atacama. Su microclima es ideal para la producción de huertillos, de productos como peras, damascos, membrillos, ciruelos, etc. Colas de zorro y cactáceas conforman la flora principal del lugar.
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