Friday, June 7, 2013

Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina

Los Glaciares National Park is located in the area known as Austral Andes in Argentina, in the south at the border with Chile. This park shows a scenery of mountains, lakes and woods, including a large portion of the Andes practically under ice and snow.
Its name refer to the glaciers that are born on the Ice Caps, the largest continental ice extension after Anctartica.

Los Glaciares National Park  is a Unesco World Heritage site since 1981.



Lena W. said...

That is nice. I like snow, mountains, glaciers ;)

Maria Kristina Maano said...

I hope it will stay as it is and won't melt away or if it is, I hope it's not melting too fast so the future generations will still come to know it.

ady:) said...

The view is just stunning!

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