Ventisquero Queulat, Aisen region, Chile. Photo: Mono Andes.

The park comprises two small ice fields, with glaciers of up to 7 mi long. The largest glaciated area is Queulat ice cap, which encompasses about 31 sq mi and contains park's centerpiece, the Queulat Hanging Glacier.

Torres del Paine,  Patagonia, Chile - the water in this picture is unbelievable!

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Santiago Cathedral, Santiago de Chile

Santiago Cathedral, Chile -- Chile is high on our S. America list, and I hear Santiago is a lot like European cities!

Patagonia, Chile. The name Patagonia comes from the Spanish word patagón used by Magellan to describe the native people that his expedition thought to be giants. The Patagons were actually Tehuelches with an average height of 5′11″ compared to the 5′1″ average for Spaniards of the time.

Patagonia photography from Pacific Northwest photography Jesse Estes. Stories and photos from a 2012 trip to Argentina and Chile

Terrazo Neptuno at Cerro Santa Lucía, Santiago, Chile  -  the city of Santiago was founded on February 12th, 1541  -  In 1872, Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna decided to make the hill on which this building is located a new attraction  -  a little over 100 years later (1983) Cerro Santa Lucia was declared a national monument.

The Terrazo Neptuno water fountain at Cerro Santa Lucía, Santiago, Chile. This park and fountain attract of visits daily.

Chile. Isla de Pascua, Osterinseln ein lohnendes Ziel bei Chile Reisen. info@chirimoyatours.com

Easter Island, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a Polynesian island in the…

I remember reading about Easter Island in Chile when I took Spanish in High School. It's such a mysterious place. I kinda wanna go!

{ Travel: South America: Monolithic Moai Statues at Ahu Tongariki, Easter Island }

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