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TUNDUQUERAL GREEN VILLAGE
Las Heras Department - Mendoza Province



The village is a green project located one mile northeast the town of Uspallata on Provincial Route 52. Surrounded entirely by mountains, in many ways reflects the high plateau of Tibet (right here was shot the 1997 film with Brad Pitt, "Seven Years in Tibet"). An oasis of green land which lies between the Cordillera and Precordillera, with mountains that rise from 3,500 to 7,000 meters, all perfectly flat, with water supply thanks to the St. Alberto Canal, passing side.



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Frías lake, Río negro Province



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Stack near Cerro Cóndor
Paso de Indios Department - Chubut Province



Cerro Cóndor is a little town located in central Chubut Province, next to Provincial Route 12 and it is one of only three populated places within Paso de Indios Department. There are about 100 inhabitants. In the area nearby there are stacks and world-wide importance fossil formations and deposits. Several dinosaur species were found in the area.
(In the image, a typical formation next to the Chubut River).



Cerro Condor by Carlo Paolini on Panoramio
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Tucumán Province



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Argentina landscape looks similarly to Australia our Canada, PBI too
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Sunset in Logroño
9 de julio Department - Santa Fe Province


Logroño is a township of about 1,200 inhabitants located in northwestern Santa Fe Province, 32 km (19 mi) south from Tostado (head town of the department) and 303 km (188 mi) northwest from the city of Santa Fe (provincial capital city). It was founded on August 25, 1911 by two immigrants from Logroño, Spain.


Logroño – Santa Fe by Pablopol on http://www.digireflex.net/threads/22...3%B1o-Santa-Fe
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Argentina in 2 minutes

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Villa Nougués (Nougues Village)

It's a very small town in Tucumán province, only 45 milometres from San Miguel de Tucumán (the capital of the province), and it's 1350 m. from the sea level.



It was founded in 1904 as a weekend village by the governor of the province.
This place is full of tres as you'll see in the photo, and houses aren't side by side but also scattered on the hills.

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La Pampa


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In some images Argentina looks similarly to EEUU and Europe
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Villa La Angostura, Neuquén province



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Argentina has quite a varied landscape. Some of those pictures look like they could be in Canada.
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This looks so much like the interior of British Columbia, Canada.

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This looks so much like the interior of British Columbia, Canada.
I agree, Argentina and Canada are similarly countries
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