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    Patagonia is a region located at the southern end of South America, territory shared by Argentina and Chile, boasting some of the most dramatic landscapes on Earth. #world #awesome #amazing #beautiful #place

  • Arnaud P

    AMAZING PLACES (AP) - The Blue Glacier, Patagonia, Chile. #beautifuldestination

  • Amazing Thinker

    36 Incredible Places That Nature Has Created For Your Eyes Only - Glaciar Perito Moreno, Parque Nacional de Los Glaciares, Patagonia Argentina Like or repin is amazing. Check out All My Love by Noelito Flow =)

  • Her Nan

    36 Incredible Places That Nature Has Created For Your Eyes Only - Glaciar Perito Moreno, Parque Nacional de Los Glaciares, Patagonia Argentina #travel #argentina

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