Queulat National Park, Chilie. From Wiki: "The park comprises two small ice fields, with glaciers of up to 7 mi long. The largest glaciated area is Queulat ice cap, which encompasses about 31 sq mi and contains park's centerpiece, the Queulat Hanging Glacier."
Crimson crags of Cerro Torre Mountain in Patagonia, Argenina/Chile • photo: Michael Anderson on Flickr
Colchagua Valley, Chile. The best vineyards of the world!! Chile, the France of the southern hemisphere.
Terrazo Neptuno at Cerro Santa Lucía, Santiago, Chile - the city of Santiago was founded on February 12th, 1541 - In 1872, Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna decided to make the hill on which this building is located a new attraction - a little over 100 years later (1983) Cerro Santa Lucia was declared a national monument.