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Beeches in the Mountains

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This image available for Sponsorship, is of the Beeches in the mountains of villa Traful, Neuquén province, Argentina Latitude / Longtitude:(40°37’S, 71°18’W).

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In the midst of Nahuel HuapÍ National Park in the southwestern Neuquén province, Argentina, many high-lying glacial lakes of brilliant blue water—at average altitudes of 2,300 feet, or 700 m—can be seen at the foot of mountains and rocky peaks of the Andes range. The region’s humid climate favors the growth of southern beech trees (of the Nothofagus pumilio and antarctica varieties), which have spread over the mountainsides, enlivening them with flamboyant hues in autumn. Farther south, at steadily declining altitudes, the beech forests thin out, giving way to the grasslands of Patagonia. The stretch of the Andes chain between Argentina and Chile, stretching approximately 3,100 miles (5,000 km), is the longest natural land border on the planet. It includes the mountain Aconcagua, the highest peak in the western hemisphere at 22,800 feet (6,960 m), which dominates the entire continent of South America.

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