Difference between revisions of "Patagonia"

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'''Patagonia''' is a region covering two-thirds of the country of [[Argentina]] and the southern part of [[Chile]]. It is covered mostly by farms.
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[[File:Cuernos del Paine from Lake Pehoé.jpg|350px|thumbnail|Torres del Paine National Park in the [[Chile]]an Patagonia.]]
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[[File:Pat map old.png|175px|left|thumbnail|Map of Patagonia (with its traditional borders)]]
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'''Patagonia''' is a region covering two-thirds of the country of [[Argentina]] and the southern part of [[Chile]]. It is covered mostly by farms. Is is famous for having unique landscapes and is a common touristic destination for people who like nature and out-door sports like trekking.
  
 
[[Category:Geography of Chile]]
 
[[Category:Geography of Chile]]
 
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[[Category:Geography]]

Latest revision as of 02:07, July 13, 2019

Torres del Paine National Park in the Chilean Patagonia.
Map of Patagonia (with its traditional borders)

Patagonia is a region covering two-thirds of the country of Argentina and the southern part of Chile. It is covered mostly by farms. Is is famous for having unique landscapes and is a common touristic destination for people who like nature and out-door sports like trekking.