San Pedro Church

Located in the main square of the country´s archaeological capital, the San Pedro de Atacama Church was built in 1745 and today is the most important architecture attraction of the region. National Monument since 1951, the church is made of rock and adobe, while its roof is made of wood. It is 41 meters long and 7,5 meters wide. The town saint is Saint Peter, and the celebrations for him are done on June 29. Then, there are parties with typical music, dances and customes.

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San Pedro Church

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Natural Sanctuary since 1982, the Moon Valley is a wonderful place with colorful geology. Located in the Sierra Obate depression, 2550 meters above sea level

El Tatio Geysers

El Tatio Geysers

El Tatio is a geyser field located within the Andes Mountains of northern Chile at 4,320 meters above mean sea level. Various etymologies have been proposed for the system, including "oven" but also "grandfather".



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