Patagonia

Patagonia is a region in the extreme south of . Along with the Atacama Desert, Patagonia is the most natural part of Chile. The rough, extremely humid climate and the difficult connection to the rest of Chile made it unsuitable for cultivation, which is why, with the exception of a few enclaves, the area is extremely sparsely populated.

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is the regional capital of the Magallanes y Antártica Region, in Patagonia, one of the southernmost cities in the world. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is a city in . It is the main and largest city in the Northern Chilean Patagonia with a population of 55,000. Photo: Rakela, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Torres del Paine is a national park in Chilean Patagonia. Photo: Tiimta, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the largest city on the Navarino Island of the Tierra del Fuego Archipelago in the extreme south of Chile. Photo: Herman Darnel Ibrahi…, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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is a town of 19,000 people in , the gateway to trekking in Torres del Paine or Bernardo O'Higgins National Parks. Photo: Tiimta, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the southernmost point in the mainland. Photo: Marek Grzywa, CC BY 3.0.

is an archipelago off the south of , separated from the mainland by the Strait of Magellan. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is the largest national park in . Photo: NASA, Public domain.

is a park on the Pacific coast of Patagonia in . Photo: Vincent Huang, CC BY 2.0.

is a town of 600 people in Patagonia. Photo: Abbagliati, CC BY-SA 4.0.

is in Patagonia, on the shores of Lake General Carrera. Photo: Lin linao, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Patagonia

Latitude of center
-53.32° or 53° 19' 12" south
Longitude of center
-70.91° or 70° 54' 36" west

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