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==Regions==
 
==Regions==
  
* [[Tarapacá]]
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* [[XV  Arica-Parinacota]]
* [[Antofagasta (region)|Antofagasta]]
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* [[I  Tarapacá]]
* [[Atacama]]
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* [[Antofagasta (region)|II  Antofagasta]]
* [[Coquimbo]]
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* [[III Atacama]]
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* [[IV  Coquimbo]]
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==
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*[[Antofagasta (city)|Antofagasta]]
 
*[[Antofagasta (city)|Antofagasta]]
 
*[[Chañaral]]
 
*[[Chañaral]]
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*[[Caldera and Bahía Inglesa]]
 
*[[Copiapó]]
 
*[[Copiapó]]
 
*[[Coquimbo]]
 
*[[Coquimbo]]
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==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
  
*'''Atacama Desert''' is one of world's driest regions.
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*'''Atacama Desert''' is the driest place in the world.
 
*'''Nevado Ojos del Salado''' - ''highest point:'' 6,880 m
 
*'''Nevado Ojos del Salado''' - ''highest point:'' 6,880 m
 
*'''Valle de la Luna'''
 
*'''Valle de la Luna'''
 
*'''Salar de Atacama'''
 
*'''Salar de Atacama'''
 
*'''El Tatio Geysers'''
 
*'''El Tatio Geysers'''
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*[[Valle de Elqui]]
  
 
==Understand==
 
==Understand==
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==Get out==
 
==Get out==
  
{{isIn|Chile}}
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{{isPartOf|Chile}}
 
{{outline}}
 
{{outline}}
  
 
[[it:Nord (Cile)]]
 
[[it:Nord (Cile)]]

Revision as of 19:50, 5 August 2011

North region of Chile

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Regions

Cities

Other destinations

  • Atacama Desert is the driest place in the world.
  • Nevado Ojos del Salado - highest point: 6,880 m
  • Valle de la Luna
  • Salar de Atacama
  • El Tatio Geysers
  • Valle de Elqui

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