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March 3, 2007

Valle de la Luna (Chile)

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Moon Valley, Chile
The “valley of the moon” (that’s what “valle de la luna” means) is situated in the Atacama desert, not too far from San Pedro de Atacama.
Indeed, some parts of the valley look as though there was no life on Earth…
Oh, and - of course - there are more “valles de la luna” in other Spanish speaking parts of the world (Bolivia, Argentina…), but this is the most famous one.

2 Responses to “Valle de la Luna (Chile)”

  1. JOSE GOMEZ Says:

    MUY BUENA COMPOSICION
    MUY BIEN ESPERADO EL MOMENTO DEL DIA
    REALMENTE ES UN PEDAZO DEL LUGAR EN EL COMPUTADOR

    JOSE GOMEZ

  2. joshua Says:

    este es un bien cosa se lustre bonito

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