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Buenos Aires City Tour
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is a sprawling city on the banks of the Rio de la Plata, composed of neighborhoods called barrios. Most of the sights of interest to visitors are located near the city center, where shopping, nightlife, restaurants, hotels and civic and historic buildings attract both the residents of Buenos Aires who refer to themselves as porteños, or port people, and the visitor who visit the city as part of their extended travels in the country.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 27.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 26.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 21.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 22.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 2.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 3.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 23.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 4.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 10.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 11.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 20.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 11.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 4.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 6.

A Visit to Ouro Preto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Preto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Preto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 5.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese. Page 19.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese.

Jesuit Missions of South America Tour
The priests of the Society of Jesus, more commonly known as Jesuits, developed the series of missions in what is now Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay as a social and economic extension of the mission to bring the Roman Catholic religion to the indigenous populations, mainly the Guaraní tribes, via spiritual instruction, education, commercial endeavors and trade. These settlements were called a reducción in Spanish, or redução in Portuguese.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 2.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 14.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 32.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 14.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 19.

A Visit to Ouro Prêto, Brazil
At the height of the gold and diamond boom in the mid 18th century, Ouro Prêto, or Black Gold, was the richest town in South America and the capital of Minas Gerais state. When the ore petered out, the capital was moved to Belo Horizonte and Ouro Prêto settled into a long snooze. Now it is a gem of colonial architecture, a university town and as yet, not over-ridden by tourists. Page 10.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 15.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 8.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 37.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 11.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 6.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 20.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 5.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 27.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 26.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 25.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 9.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 22.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 23.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 30.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 31.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 34.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 36.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 35.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 3.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 13.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 33.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 10.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 12.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 7.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 29.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 24.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 21.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 39.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 40.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 38.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 4.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 18.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 19.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 17.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 16.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego. Page 28.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego.

Atlantic Coast of Argentina Photo Gallery
The Atlantic Coast of Argentina includes the province of Buenos Aires and the many beaches and beach resorts, south through Northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn and the wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, the Welsh communities and further south into northern Tierra del Fuego.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 9.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 3.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 6.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 10.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 4.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 11.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 12.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 7.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 8.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 5.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.. Page 2.

Views of Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's capital and largest city is the center of commerce, culture, economics and the base for touring the country's attractions. Caracas blends a modern cityscape and a colonial heritage with a lush, temperate climate. It's noisy as any large city with millions of inhabitants, yet it boasts a city park with a waterfall and hundreds of tropical plants.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 30.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 28.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 36.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 35.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 33.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 34.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 21.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 24.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 2.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 13.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 9.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 10.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 12.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as rhe site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor. Page 16.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as the site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor.

Views of Tucuman City and Province, Argentina
In colonial times, Tucuman provided mules, cottona and textiles to Bolivia, for the silver mines in Potosi, and later the sugar industry became important. Today, Tucuman is a large, commercial city enjoying historical importance as the site for the signing of the Declaration of Independence from Spain. Prehistoric ruins, colonial sites and scenic attractions provide many sightseeing opportunities for the visitor.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 13.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 14.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 8.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 3.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 16.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 15.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 6.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 7.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 10.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, ion July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country. Page 17.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, on July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country.

Visit Argentina's House of Independence in Tucuman
The Declaration of Independence from Spain, Acta de la Declaración de la Independencia Argentina, was formulated and signed in this colonial house in Tucuman, one of Argentina's oldest cities, on July 9, 1816. Today the home is revered as an historical site, and preserved as a museum and focal point for July 9, or 9 de Julio, celebrations throughout the country.

Photographic Trek of Ausangate, Peru
Cerro Ausangate. the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcanota near Cuzco, Peru, is considered an apu, a holy mountain, traditionally a place of worship and offerings from pre-Inca times. At 20,945 feet (6,384 meters), the peak is visible from Cuzco. The snow-capped peaks of this area are the second largest Peruvian glaciated system after the aptly named Cordillera Blanca and a favored trek and climb for international visitors. Page 2.

Photographic Trek of Ausangate, Peru
Cerro Ausangate. the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcanota near Cuzco, Peru, is considered an apu, a holy mountain, traditionally a place of worship and offerings from pre-Inca times. At 20,945 feet (6,384 meters), the peak is visible from Cuzco. The snow-capped peaks of this area are the second largest Peruvian glaciated system after the aptly named Cordillera Blanca and a favored trek and climb for international visitors. Page 7.

Photographic Trek of Ausangate, Peru
Cerro Ausangate. the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcanota near Cuzco, Peru, is considered an apu, a holy mountain, traditionally a place of worship and offerings from pre-Inca times. At 20,945 feet (6,384 meters), the peak is visible from Cuzco. The snow-capped peaks of this area are the second largest Peruvian glaciated system after the aptly named Cordillera Blanca and a favored trek and climb for international visitors. Page 10.

Photographic Trek of Ausangate, Peru
Cerro Ausangate. the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcanota near Cuzco, Peru, is considered an apu, a holy mountain, traditionally a place of worship and offerings from pre-Inca times. At 20,945 feet (6,384 meters), the peak is visible from Cuzco. The snow-capped peaks of this area are the second largest Peruvian glaciated system after the aptly named Cordillera Blanca and a favored trek and climb for international visitors. Page 11.

Photographic Trek of Ausangate, Peru
Cerro Ausangate. the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcanota near Cuzco, Peru, is considered an apu, a holy mountain, traditionally a place of worship and offerings from pre-Inca times. At 20,945 feet (6,384 meters), the peak is visible from Cuzco. The snow-capped peaks of this area are the second largest Peruvian glaciated system after the aptly named Cordillera Blanca and a favored trek and climb for international visitors. Page 6.

Photographic Trek of Ausangate, Peru
Cerro Ausangate. the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcanota near Cuzco, Peru, is considered an apu, a holy mountain, traditionally a place of worship and offerings from pre-Inca times. At 20,945 feet (6,384 meters), the peak is visible from Cuzco. The snow-capped peaks of this area are the second largest Peruvian glaciated system after the aptly named Cordillera Blanca and a favored trek and climb for international visitors. Page 12.

Photographic Trek of Ausangate, Peru
Cerro Ausangate. the highest peak in the Cordillera Vilcanota near Cuzco, Peru, is considered an apu, a holy mountain, traditionally a place of worship and offerings from pre-Inca times. At 20,945 feet (6,384 meters), the peak is visible from Cuzco. The snow-capped peaks of this area are the second largest Peruvian glaciated system after the aptly named Cordillera Blanca and a favored trek and climb for international visitors.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 25.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 23.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 33.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 13.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 20.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 27.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 30.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 26.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 21.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 17.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 32.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 24.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 3.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 34.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 11.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 9.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 22.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 18.

Galapagos Wildlife Photo Gallery
The Galápagos archipelago, first discovered uninhabited by the Spaniards in 1535, and later made famous by Charles Darwin in 1835, is both a province and a national park of Ecuador, 600 mi (1000 km) west on the mainland. It is a premiere wildlife observation, protection and research center visited annually by thousands of tourists. Enjoy this tour of some of the better known species that make the Galapagos a giant zoo where you can observe at close range a fantastic array of wildlife. Page 16.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 59.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 44.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 29.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 12.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 26.

South America Travel
South America Travel. Page 51.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 43.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 38.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 10.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 41.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 46.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 2.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 9.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 36.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 52.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 21.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 22.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 32.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 35.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 31.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 53.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 54.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 7.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 57.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 13.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 16.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Page 20.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sewell, also known as El Teniente, Photo Gallery
Sewell, also known as El Teniente, or the Lieutenant, is the site of the largest underground copper mine in the world. Today, workers at the mine and the administrative areas commute by car from the bottom of the mountain, but for many years, Sewell was accessible only by narrow gauge railroad. Sewell is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tiwanaku, Bolivia Photo Gallery
Tiwanaku, also known as Tiahuanacu, is the site of the remaining ruins of the pre-Incan ancient Tiwanaku agrarian civilization. Located near Lake Titicaca, the archaeological site is not yet completely excavated, but the visible ruins make a pleasant and rewarding day trip from La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. Page 4.

Historical Photo Tiwanaku Dwelling and Person
Historical Photo Tiwanaku Dwelling and Person. Page 10.

Tiwanaku, Bolivia Photo Gallery
Tiwanaku, also known as Tiahuanacu, is the site of the remaining ruins of the pre-Incan ancient Tiwanaku agrarian civilization. Located near Lake Titicaca, the archaeological site is not yet completely excavated, but the visible ruins make a pleasant and rewarding day trip from La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. Page 9.

Tiwanaku Stone Wall
Tiwanaku Stone Wall. South America Travel. Page 11.

Tiwanaku, Bolivia Photo Gallery
Tiwanaku, also known as Tiahuanacu, is the site of the remaining ruins of the pre-Incan ancient Tiwanaku agrarian civilization. Located near Lake Titicaca, the archaeological site is not yet completely excavated, but the visible ruins make a pleasant and rewarding day trip from La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. Page 6.

Tiwanaku, Bolivia Photo Gallery
Tiwanaku, also known as Tiahuanacu, is the site of the remaining ruins of the pre-Incan ancient Tiwanaku agrarian civilization. Located near Lake Titicaca, the archaeological site is not yet completely excavated, but the visible ruins make a pleasant and rewarding day trip from La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. Page 3.

Tiwanaku, Bolivia Photo Gallery
Tiwanaku, also known as Tiahuanacu, is the site of the remaining ruins of the pre-Incan ancient Tiwanaku agrarian civilization. Located near Lake Titicaca, the archaeological site is not yet completely excavated, but the visible ruins make a pleasant and rewarding day trip from La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. Page 2.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 3.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 6.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 5.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 8.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 7.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 12.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 9.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 11.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 14.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 13.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 2.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 10.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 4.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana. Page 15.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana.

Tour Devil's Island in French Guiana - Photo Gallery
The three Iles du Salut (Islands of Salvation or Health), off the coast of French Guiana are lush, tropical isles of abundant foliage, great views and open to visitors. Once however, they were the site of the infamous Devil's Island penal colony, called the Green Hell. Ile Royale is now a resort destination for visitors to French Guiana.