A volcano located in the Patagonian Andes, its name was given by the Mapuches (old civilisation) due to the roars that were generated due to falling ice blocks and large rocks when avalanches occurred.
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Rapids and virgin forest, this is the Atuel river, located in the Mendoza region of Argentina. A place for adventurers or appreciators of nature. And why not a good wine and baked fish on the ground fire, with the moonlight at the end of the day?
One of the most importat avenues of Mexico City. Built as a symbol of modernity during the Mexican Empire, it linked the castle of the emperor to the national palace. Its layout was designed with inspiration in the French boulevards, surrounded by trees, gazebos and today, large mansions. On the promenade are located some of […]
A neighbourhood with a charm of its own in Lima, Peru. With a stunning view of the sea, Miraflores concentrates restaurants, bars, cultural attractions, parks and all that is good for someone who is in Lima wanting to find. Spending the day there invigorates the soul of any traveller.
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