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Puerto Piramides - Chubut - Argentina - Atardecer desde la playa
Argentina
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia View of Puerto Pirámides and the Golfo Nuevo ("New Gulf"). Puerto Pirámides is an Argentine town in Biedma Department, Province of Chubut. Its population as of the 2001 census [INDEC] was 429 inhabitants. It is the only town on the Valdes Peninsula. It began in 1898 when the inland salinas were exploited for salt.[1] One of six nature reserves along Península Valdés, the Punta Pirámide reserve was established in 1974. The only town in Península Valdés, Puerto Pirámides became one of the premier whale watching destinations in the world; the municipality has six hotels, 15 lodges and two campgrounds.
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