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Iguazu Falls

Multiple falls, formed when the Parana river drops between 197 and 262 feet into the river below, become almost one continuous flow of water
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Tierra del Fuego

28,470 square miles in size, separated from the southern tip of the South American mainland by the Strait of Magellan, Tierra del Fuego is

Lake District, Patagonia

Patagonia in Argentina and Chile is home to great glaciers, volcanos, glacier fed lakes, and fast rushing rivers. Majestic volcanos like Osorno in

Andes Mountains

The Andes are a young mountain system, ranging 4500 miles from the northern coasts to the tip of Tierra del Fuego. Live volcanos dot

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