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Palavras-chave: volcano licancabur

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Licancabur is a highly symmetrical volcano on the border between Chile and Bolivia . It is located just southwest of Laguna Verde  in Bolivia. Elevation 5930 m 

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A: Laguna Verde

Por Arroz Marisco, 7.9 Km de distância

Laguna Verde sits a lot closer near the border with chile than Laguna Colorada is. The almost perfect...

Laguna Verde

B: Laguna Verde Bolivia

Por Miguel Alonso Fischer, 8.2 Km de distância

Laguna Verde in the south of Bolivia. You can see the Volcan Licancabur(5930m) The green colour of th...

Laguna Verde Bolivia

C: Laguna Blanca, Bolivia

Por Konstantin Lamin, 10.0 Km de distância

Laguna Blanca, Bolivia

D: Machuca Village at Atacama

Por Guga Siqueira, 32.2 Km de distância

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Machuca Village at Atacama

E: A Cozy Hotel in San Pedro

Por javier pascual, 33.2 Km de distância

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A Cozy Hotel in San Pedro

F: La Aldea Hotel at San Pedro de Atacama

Por Guga Siqueira, 33.5 Km de distância

La Aldea Hotel at San Pedro de Atacama

G: San Pedro de Atacama

Por cristian gussago, 33.7 Km de distância

San Pedro de Atacama

H: Desierto de Dalí

Por Arroz Marisco, 33.9 Km de distância

The vast open space  of the Bolivian Altiplano is home to some of the most amazing landscapes in the ...

Desierto de Dalí

I: Puesta de Sol - Salar de Atacama

Por Rokyun Ha, 35.2 Km de distância

Puesta de Sol - Salar de Atacama

J: Pucara de Quitor, Atacama

Por Iker Ordoño, 35.3 Km de distância


Pucara de Quitor, Atacama

Esta panorâmica foi tirada em Chile, South America

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