The Red Lagoon is located at approximately 3700 meters above sea level in the Arica and Parinacota Region, in northern Chile. It is accessible from the town of Camiña, located 147 km from the city of Iquique. This lake of hot water (about 40-50 °C) is also called “Red Sea” by the local people. Its depth is unknown to the locals who attribute supernatural powers to the red water. There are myths of mysterious disappearances and deaths of Aymara Indians who drank the water.
HUMITAS DE CHOCLO | CHILEAN RECIPES
Paisaje cordillerano en las cercanías del volcán Antuco, región de La Araucanía, CHILE.
Ascensor Artilleria - Valparaiso, Chile (Vina del Mar and Valparaiso)
Chile, September 11th, 1973. A lonely dog stares at the horror, while the military forces drop their bombs over the goverment palace.