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Cerro Campanario
South America
La diversidad del paisaje patagónico se aprecia en todo su esplendor desde la cima de los cerros. Con más de 1000 metros de altura, el Cerro Campanario ofrece uno de los panoramas más impactantes de Bariloche. Vale la pena ascender al cerro para contemplar la naturaleza a nuestros pies y respirar el aire fresco de montaña. El Cerro Campanario se sitúa a 17 kilómetros de Bariloche y es uno de los sitios más visitados dentro del tradicional Circuito Chico. La base de la elevación se encuentra en el kilómetro 17,5 de la Avenida Bustillo, que conduce al lugar en un trayecto dinámico contemplando las costas del Lago Nahuel Huapi.
Copyright: Walter Scavuzzo
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7998x3999
Taken: 16/04/2015
Uploaded: 12/07/2015
Updated: 13/07/2015


Tags: bariloche; cerro; campanario; neuquen; vacaciones; lago; nahuel
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