It is located in the southwest of South America and on the West foot of the Andes. It borders Bolivia and Argentina in the East, Peru in the north, the Pacific Ocean in the west, and Antarctica across the sea in the south. The total length of the coastline is about 10000 kilometers. It is the narrowest country in the world, with a length of 4352 kilometers from north to South and a width of 96.8-362.3 kilometers from east to west. There are many volcanoes in the territory and earthquakes are frequent. There are great regional differences in climate: the north is a tropical desert climate without rain all year round; The central part is a subtropical Mediterranean climate with rainy winter and dry summer; The South has a rainy temperate broad-leaved forest and a cold grassland climate.
The following content is only for reference and learning, and the ranking is not divided.
|1||BAINE National Park||BAINE National Park is located at the southern end of the Andes and in the middle of Patagonia. It is famous for its beautiful lakes, numerous glaciers, and towering granite peaks. In 1959, it was designated as a national park. In 1978, it was listed as one of the world’s biosphere reserves by UNESCO for its abundant protected animals. In addition, it is also known as one of the most visually attractive places in the world. The climate here is changeable, sometimes the sky is clear, and sometimes it is cloudy and rainy. You can enjoy colorful wildflowers, blue lakes, and green river valleys, as well as snow-covered peaks. This park only shows all its charm to the patient and strong-legged visitors. There are paths, lakes, rivers, grasslands, wildflowers, and animals like camels and horses.|
|2||Plaza de Armas||Plaza de Armas is the heart of Santiago, the capital of Chile. This is the core of the initial layout of the square grid of the city. The urban design was completed by Pedro Gamboa, appointed by Pedro de Valdivia in 1541. Surrounding the square are some historical buildings, including the Cathedral of Santiago, the central post office building, the Royal Palace, and the seat of the local government of Santiago.|
|3||Lapa NUI National Park (National Park)||Rapanui is the local name for Easter Island, which proves a unique cultural phenomenon. The Polynesians established a society there about 300 A.D. they were not influenced by the outside world and created huge and imaginative and unique sculptures and buildings. From the 10th century to the 16th century, this society built temples and erected huge stone statues, called Moai. They are still a unique cultural landscape and fascinate the whole world. The island is famous for its giant stone statues. Along with the giant stone statues, there are numerous unsolved mysteries, such as the mystery of Lango wood.|
|4||Easter Island||Easter Island is located in the Southeast Pacific Ocean. Easter Island is famous for its iconic stone statues, which can be traced back to the 12th and 17th centuries. It also has a rich history of navigation and astronomy. Polynesia, the early inhabitants of Easter Island, relied on their knowledge of the stars to guide them in sailing in the Pacific Ocean. Now you can learn more about navigation and Astronomy and enjoy the beautiful scenery.|
|5||Rano Kau||Rano Kau volcano lake is located at the southern end of Easter Island. It is a star attraction on the island. The well-known volcano lake here is like a big pot surrounded by reeds. This lake is the source of freshwater resources on the island. It was because of this volcanic lake that the lapanui people lived on this island. For them, this is not only a lake but also the origin of their life. In addition, Aboriginal religious ceremonies to sacrifice birds will also be held here.|
|6||Orongo Ceremonia||Lanokuo volcano and volcanic lake are one of the scenic spots known to many people on Easter Island, located 9 kilometers south of Tangaroa town. Here you can enjoy most of the natural landscapes on the island. The lake is full of reeds and has pleasant scenery. On the west of the slope, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of MOTU NUI, MOTU ITI, and MOTU Kao Kao. The main tourist spots beside the lookup volcano are the ruins of Orongo’s sacrificial ancient village.|
|7||Lano lalaku quarry||The Rano Laraku Quarry is the Easter Island symbol and the production of giants. Giant statues are scattered on the inner and outer slopes of the volcano, and there are many other stone statues that are thought to have been abandoned in different manufacturing processes. Some marks were still cut on the stone material, holding the mountain rocks upright, while others lay down on the road leading to the stone platform. The giant stone statue (moai) here is half carved, and the other half is buried underground. The stone of the stone statues is collected from the dead volcanoes here. Among the 600 stone statues, the largest one is 21 meters high. The extinct crater has a quiet lake and a 360-degree Romanesque viewing deck.|
|8||Santa Lucía, Cerro||Mount Saint Lucia is a famous scenic spot in Chile. It is 230 meters high and is a conical hill. Mount Saint Lucia is not so much a mountain as an exquisite garden built on the mountain. At the entrance at the foot of the mountain, there is a deep red palace-like gate, and near it stands a statue of a hero in the Indian anti-colonial war. A winding mountain road spirals up to the top of the mountain. There is an ancient Greek Athens-style white stone porch on the mountain. On both sides of the porch are simple and vigorous giant murals.|
|9||National Museum of the natural history of Chile||The National History Museum of Chile, the former seat of the royal court and the Treasury, was built in 1804-1807 at the end of the colonial era. Its architect Juan glycol was a student of the cathedral architect toes, so the architecture also continued his neoclassical style. The National History Museum of Chile has collected more than 70000 cultural relics from the pre-Columbian period to the 20th century.|
|10||Catedral de Santiago||Santiago Cathedral was built in 1748. The original church has no bell tower. In 1780, the then bishop recommended the Roman architect Joaquin to the Spanish royal family. The facade of the cathedral and chapel in toes ca be renovated, and the church was in the neoclassical style. The two bell towers were completed at the end of 1800, one year after his death. There are three arched galleries in the church, each of which is more than 90 meters long. The remains of the successive archbishops of Chile are preserved in the cathedral.|
|11||Futaleufú River||The Futaleufu river is a river in South America. It is located in the northern part of Patagonia and flows through Argentina and Chile. The total length of the river is 246km and the drainage area is 6929km2. It originates from the Andes mountains and relies on the lakes of lucalerces National Park for water supply. The river of Futaleufu river is dark blue and famous for its turbulent white water flow. It is known as one of the three fastest rivers in the world. It attracts kayak enthusiasts from all over the world to experience unlimited water fun.|
|12||Cemetery of Punta Arenas||Everyone said that if you want to really understand a city, you should go to the famous square, visit churches and temples, and then go to the cemetery of the city to have a look. Only then can you appreciate the local customs of the city. When you come to Ponta arenas in Chile, you should go to its cemetery.|
Ponta arenas cemetery is located in the north of Ponta arenas City, Magellan Chile Antarctica region. It was opened in 1894 and covers an area of 4 hectares. It was built to replace the previous husband’s tomb. It is famous for its legendary story and is also known as the most beautiful cemetery in Chile. Pentaarenas cemetery is a municipal cemetery, which buries the most powerful families and dignitaries at that time. Therefore, each tomb is decorated luxuriously, showing the power of the family. As the urban heritage of Ponta arenas, the European cypress trees in Ponta arenas cemetery are tall and straight, and many paths lead to the tombs of different families. Some of the tombs are decorated with marble and bronze, and sculptures are placed near the tombs.
|13||Ranco Lake||Lake LANCO is located in LANCO Province, Chile River region. It is the largest lake in the river region and the fourth largest lake in Chile. The lake is square, with an area of 104525 acres, an altitude of 70 meters, an average water depth of 150 meters, and a maximum water depth of 199 meters. It is the habitat of trout and salmon. There are about 13 islands in the lake.|
Nowadays, there are many holiday houses on the shore around Lake LANCO, with complete tourism and fishing facilities. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in southern Chile. There is a wharf for hundreds of years on the Bank of the lake. You may see the abandoned small steamboat staggering at the shore, thinking of returning to the sea one day. Tourists can take a boat to visit LANCO lake, and also visit those desolate and mysterious islands. There are many trees and wild animals and plants, such as deer, pheasants, and various birds, on these islands in the middle of the lake.
In the daytime, the water of LANCO lake is dark blue. Looking at the distance, the quiet lake surface and the distant sky form a line; When the sun sets in the west, the sparkling lake is dyed red and violet by the sunset glow, and the scenery is extremely beautiful.
|14||Puyehue Lake||Puyehue Lake is a lake located in the foothills of the Andes, at the junction of the Chilean River region and the lake region. The lake is 23 kilometers long, 11.5 kilometers wide, covers an area of 157 square kilometers, has a catchment area of 1267 square kilometers, an altitude of 212 meters, a maximum depth of 135 meters, and a water storage capacity of 12.6 cubic kilometers.|
Puyewei lake is a lake originating from glaciers. During the early geological changes of the Quaternary in the geological age, it evolved from the original glaciers to the present lake after several large geological changes. In the center of the lake, there is a long and narrow East-West Frisa Island, and there is a small island on both sides of the lake. Like many lakes in southern Chile, Lake puyehue plays a role in absorbing Andean sediments.
There are beautiful grey sand beaches and perfect tourism infrastructure along the lake. The flora and fauna around the lake are very rich. Here, you will never feel lonely. You can carry out a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, fishing, swimming, boating, windsurfing, picnic, viewing wild animals and plants, photography, etc.
|15||Casa de Isla Negra||The house of Negra island is located on Negra Island, Valparaiso region, Chile, on the rocky headland 85 kilometers south of Valparaiso and 110 kilometers west of Santiago. This strange house is one of the three houses of the contemporary Chilean poet Pablo Neruda (July 12, 1904 – September 23, 1973) in Chile. It is also Neruda’s favorite house. It is an exciting witness to the imagination, strange ideas, and emotions of the 1971 Nobel Prize winner in literature.|
|16||Casa Colorada||The red house is a colonial house located in Santiago, the capital of Chile. It was listed as a Chilean historical protection building in 1960. It is one of the well-preserved colonial houses in Santiago. Now, the City Museum of Santiago has been set up in this historical building, which has become a popular tourist attraction in Santiago.|
The red house was established from 1769 to 1779. After independence, it was once the official residence of the first president of Chile. This is a two-story building with a clay tile roof, windows with balconies, and dark red exterior walls – which is why people call it the “red house”. It is a representative work of Santiago colonial era architecture, which focuses on the last glory of the colonial era.
Today, the San Diego Municipal Museum in the red house uses maps, photos, and panoramic images to introduce the evolution of the whole city from the colonial era to the present. In addition to watching the exhibition, the magnificent gate of the building, the stone terraces on the first and second floors, and the terraces outside each window fully show that it is an outstanding colonial-style building.
|17||Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino||The pre-Columbian art museum is located in Santiago, the capital of Chile. Founded in December 1981, it is a museum dedicated to the research and display of pre-Columbian art and cultural relics from central and South America. With the support of the municipal government of Santiago, the museum was established by Sergio larra í n Garc í a-moreno, a Chilean architect and antiquities collector. During his nearly 50 years of work, he collected many antiquities from the pre-Columbian period, forming the collection of the museum at the beginning of its establishment.|
The collections in the museum mainly come from Central America, ESMO Colombia, pan Caribbean, Amazon rainforest, Andes, and other pre-Columbian cultural areas. The collection span is 10000 years. The collection in the museum is mainly divided into four areas. The first area is Central America, where there are statues of West pettotic, incense burners of Teotihuacan, and Mayan reliefs. The second is the central region, where the pottery made by the valdivians and the gold products from the bellaguas and diquez regions are displayed. The third is the central Andean exhibition area, which is mainly composed of masks and bronzes. The most representative is a piece of coating from the Chadian civilization with a history of 3000 years. The last one is the exhibition area in the south of the Andes. The collection here is mainly modern Chilean and Argentine goods. The exhibits include cultural relics such as ceramic Weng from the Aguada culture and snuff bottle plates from the San Pedro culture.
|18||Casa Museo La Chascona||Chascona museum is one of the many residences of contemporary Chilean poet Pablo Neruda (July 12, 1904 – September 23, 1973). Neruda, formerly known as Neftali Ricardo Reyes basalt, is a famous Chilean poet and winner of the 1971 Nobel Prize for literature.|
It is said that the name of the house “chaconne” is derived from the hair of Neruda’s lover and later his third wife. In the local language, the word means “messy”. This house is located on the hillside of the San Cristobal mountain. Its unique and beautiful shape was designed and completed by the Spanish Germain Rodriguez arias in 1953. Now, after being transformed into a museum, there are many other collections here, including a gallery that collects paintings of Chilean and foreign artists, African wood carvings, furniture, and other items designed by the famous Italian designer, Francesca. Of course, the original ceramics and tableware of Neruda restaurant are also preserved here.
|19||San Francisco Colonial Museum||a Francisco colonial museum is located in the monastery next to San Francisco Cathedral, the oldest church in Santiago, Chile. It is located on O’Higgins street in the center of Santiago. The cathedral and the monastery nearby are the oldest colonial buildings in Chile.|
In the early 20th century, after part of the monastery was sold, a community center was rebuilt, And the remaining part became the site of the colonial Museum. This museum is a collection of Santiago’s history, culture, and religious beliefs. The museum aims to explore the colonial era of Chile and South America through the collection of paintings, sculptures, furniture, and other items. Many of the exhibits are related to religion. These exhibits were made in Peru, the former colonial capital. It is worth mentioning that the core collection in the museum is the genealogy map of Franciscans. This is a super large-scale religious genealogy map including 644 Mini portraits, which is worthy of careful observation. In addition, there are torture tools used for whipping, the collection of Dr. San Francisco, that is, 54 oil paintings in Cusco. This is the most valuable colonial art collection in Chile and the most complete art collection in South America.
|20||Chilean National History Museum||The National History Museum of Chile is located on the weapons square in Santiago, the capital. It was established on May 2, 1911. The building where the museum is located is the former royal court and treasury of Chile. It was built in 1804-1807 at the end of the colonial era. Juan goycolea, the architect, was a student of the cathedral architect toes, so the architecture also continued his neoclassical style.|
Although this classical building has undergone many repairs, the front of the building remains the same. However, the original function of this building lasted only two years. From the independence of Chile to 1846 (the presidential residence was moved from the central post office to the La Moneda Palace), it became the office of some government departments. After the renovation, the national history museum was established, which collected more than 70000 cultural relics from the pre-Columbian period to the 20th century. The exhibits include indigenous handicrafts, furniture, and daily necessities from the early colonial era. In addition, there are portraits, letters, and furniture of the founding heroes in the history of Chile since the colonial period, and the statues are used to reproduce their lives.
|21||Valley of the Moon||An ancient legend tells us that Change lives on the moon, where it is comfortable and quiet, harmonious and quiet. But this is only a legend. We do not know what the moon is like, but there is a place on the earth that is very similar to the surface of the moon, that is, the moon Valley in Chile.|
The Moon Valley is located in the Atacama Desert of the Antofagasta region, adjacent to St. Peter’s Atacama. It is famous for its terrain and landform similar to the earth’s surface. It is composed of a large number of stones and sand, which is formed by the wind eroding the salt mountain rocks all year round. Moon Valley is one of the driest places in the world and also the most colorful place. Its exciting colors are favored by backpackers. Walking in the Moon Valley, visitors will feel as if they are walking through another magical world. The bright gradual red is the main color here, and the quiet and comfortable environment is the main atmosphere here. Anyone will be defeated by its beauty and ease.
The Moon Valley is an ideal place to watch the sunset. When the sunset goes down, the sky far away is thick purple. The gradual sky curtain shows ochre, magenta, red, orange, and pink. Different red colors are naturally mixed, and slowly enter the sight of tourists, and the heart becomes stretched.
|22||San Pedro de Atacama||St. Peter Atacama is a small town located in the loa province of the Antofagasta region, overlooking the reykjavikbo volcano. It is famous for its outstanding Archaeological Museum. There are a large number of historical relics found in the area. Its biggest attraction is the local cultural sites in this area, where one can learn about the culture before Columbus discovered the American continent.|
St. Peter Atacama is very popular for its archaeological sites, beautiful desert scenery, and simple local customs. It is an oasis town with Spanish Indian buildings. Most of the buildings here are pure white, and only 2500 people live here. It is one of the most popular towns in Chile with agricultural and tourism income. Visitors here want to experience farm life on the farm, cultivate and feed goats and sheep; To enjoy the magnificent desert landscape and the breathtaking beauty of the Moon Valley; Go to the geothermal Valley to see the most amazing geyser.
As St. Peter Atacama welcomes tourists from all over the world, it has a harmonious atmosphere and mood. It is like a kind old man, waiting for all kinds of tourists.
|23||El Tatio||Geothermal Valley is located near the Andes Mountains in the Antofagasta region in the north of Chile, 4200 meters above sea level. There are about 80 geysers in it. It is the largest geyser gathering area in the southern hemisphere and the third largest geyser gathering area in the world except for the Yellowstone National Park in the United States and the intermittent Fountain Valley in the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia.|
Although there are many geysers in the geothermal Valley, the eruption height is very few, and the highest is only 6 meters. The average eruption height of all geysers is 75 cm. The best time to watch geysers in the geothermal Valley is at sunrise. Each geyser will be surrounded by steam. Tourists can even take a bath in the small pool formed by the ejected spring water. Although geysers in the geothermal Valley rarely erupt more than a few feet high, the impact of this area is amazing, and it forms a beautiful background of the Andes. When people visit the nearby Atacama desert, they will stop by to see this mysterious place.
|24||Chuquicamata||The Chuquicamata mine is located in the Antofagasta region in the north of Chile, about 1240km from the capital Santiago. It is owned and operated by Codelco. It is 4.3 kilometers long, 3 kilometers wide, and 850 meters deep. It is the largest open-pit copper mine in the world. It is also the second largest and deepest open-pit mining mine in the world after the Bingham Canyon mine in Utah.|
In the past 90 years, qiujikamata mine has been the mine with the largest copper output in the world last year. As of 2007, the mine has mined 29 million tons of copper. According to the detection of relevant institutions, although it has been intensively exploited for nearly 100 years, the qiujikamata mine is still one of the largest copper resources in the world, and the molybdenum output of the mine is also very considerable. The Chuquicamata mine is one of the deepest artificial scars on the earth. From the pictures taken from space, we can clearly see this masterpiece of mankind, and also attract a large number of curious people to Chile to watch it.
|25||Reñaca Beach||Genoa beach is one of the most famous beaches in Antofagasta. Its continuous white beach and undulating sea are the main attractions attracting tourists. Renuka beach is called “Long Beach” locally and is divided into five different parts. Each part provides tourists with convenient and fast tourist facilities and high-quality services.|
The long white sand beach, the endless blue sea, and the clear sky with white clouds will make people intoxicated with the beauty of nature. Renuka beach is a summer resort. In summer, tourists from all over the world will flock to the beach. There are a sea of people on the beach. Beautiful women and handsome men become beautiful spots on the beach and beautiful scenery on the beach. There are swimming, sailing, diving, surfing, and windsurfing in the tourism projects of Menaka beach. Although it is only a beach, hiking can also be realized. Due to the popularity of the beach and the increasing number of tourists, hotels, restaurants, and clubs on the shore have sprung up rapidly, providing convenience for tourists.
|26||Anakena||Anakin beach is a complicated beach. The coconut forest planted on the beach is lush after decades of growth. The complicated beach and lush coconut forest make anakinra beach the most charming one of the few small beaches on Easter Island. If you are lucky enough, you can also see the vigorous islanders here climbing the tall coconut trees with their bare hands to pick the coconut.|
The beach of anakinra is covered with soft white sand. The blue sky, blue water, green trees, and white sand make people feel comfortable, imaginative, and free. Here is a pure paradise, with a quiet and comfortable atmosphere everywhere. One of the great attractions of anakinra beach is that there are huge half-body stone statues facing the sea on the coast. Facing the sea, they look worried, meditative, indifferent, or serious, like waiting for their home quietly and all the time. Behind these giants, modern tourists are enjoying the sea water, sand beach, and sunbathing on the beach, a harmonious scene.
|27||Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts||Established in 1880, the National Gallery of Chile has a history of more than 130 years. It is not only the art center of Chile but also the art center of South America. It is the most important art museum in Chile to promote visual art. Since its establishment, it has made the most outstanding publicity and promotion of Chile’s national art and painting.|
The shape of the National Art Museum is in Baroque architectural style, but it also has new elements of architectural structure. It is a metal structure building combining the old and the new. Another important task of the art museum is to collect and protect outstanding art works, so as not to be lost and destroyed. Up to now, the museum has 3000 collections, including the works of many Chilean artists and foreigners who have developed their business in Spain, as well as works of art from some Eastern countries, including the most classic Oriental Calligraphy and paintings, including 46 ink paintings and 27 Japanese calligraphy and paintings presented by the Chinese embassy.
|28||Atacama Desert||Atacama desert is a desert area in the middle of the west coast of South America. It stretches about 1000 kilometers from north to south between the Andes mountains and the South Pacific coast, with a total area of about 181300 square kilometers. It is mainly located in the northern part of Chile, and some are located in Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina.|
Atacama desert is composed of a series of saline-alkali basins. It is located in the dry and rainless plateau terrain, with an average elevation of 610 meters. The plateau is dotted with high salinity saline lakes, sands, and volcanic lava, rich in saltpeter, silver ore, and copper ore. The two largest copper mines in the world, Escondida and chujikamata, are located in the Atacama Desert. Because there is no rainfall all year round, few organisms can survive, and only a few lichens and cactus grow. Scientific research institutions in the United States, Europe, and Japan have established a series of observatories and radio telescopes. A scientific research team in the United States found that in some areas of the Atacama Desert, there were no signs of life at all, even basic single-celled organisms.
|29||La Moneda Palace||La Moneda palace is the presidential palace of Chile. It is a white building. It is the largest building built by the Spanish Empire in the 18th century. It is also one of the most pleasing buildings in the Spanish American colonial period. It has a typical neoclassical style. La Moneda palace was originally a royal mint, responsible for coinage.|
The La Moneda palace was built by the Italian architect Joaquin toes ca y Ricci in 1784 and opened to the public in 1805. In 1922, the president of Chile and some government departments worked here. In 1951, it became a national historical site in Chile. La Moneda palace is a very important historical site because it has witnessed some events that directly affected the lives of Chile, such as the bombing in 1973 and the large-scale air strikes. At the same time, La Moneda Palace also represents the political life of the country. When there are no state activities, La Moneda palace is free to visitors. You can also take a group photo with the guards of the presidential palace who are wearing straight uniforms. They will be happy to accept this request.
|30||Valle Nevado||Valle Nevada ski resort is located 46 kilometers east of Santiago. It is one of the most modern ski resorts in South America. In 2005, the world ski championship was held in the Nevado ski resort. The Nevado ski resort was founded by French businessmen in 1988. It is famous for its vast ski resort and seven restaurants for skiers to recover their strength. The restaurants provide French, Italian, and Swiss cuisine with excellent quality and taste.|
The Nevado ski resort includes a fitness center, 12 ski lifts, 40 ski tracks, and a fast chair lift, as well as three hotels with 800 beds. The skiing season lasts from June to early October, and 85% of the whole skiing season is sunny. Among them, more than 80 coaches trained in Europe or the United States can train novice skiers into enthusiastic skiers. In the Nevado ski resort, you can experience high-quality accommodation. The most important thing is the incomparable skiing experience. It is also a good enjoyment to relax and entertain yourself in the snow-white world.
|31||Historic Quarter of the Seaport City of Valparaíso||Valparaiso, Chile, was once the busiest port city on the east coast of the Pacific Ocean. Ninety years ago, it suddenly fell silent. Valparaiso is characterized in that it is not only located on a geographical fault formed by the drift of the earth’s plate but also completely retains the historical fault left by the world’s maritime changes.|
Valparaiso is known as “the vineyard on the sea” and “the road to heaven”. Surrounded by green mountains, the green water is quiet, and the blue sea stretches in front of it, which depicts a colorful picture of the port. The buildings here are even more praiseworthy. The main feature is that buildings are built along the mountain and houses are built along the sea, making the buildings in a row of stairs. If you stay in a hotel here, you can completely relax if you are on a giant ship and facing the blue sea.
The colonial city of Valparaiso is a model of urban and architectural development in Latin America in the late 19th century. The whole city seems to be located in a stepped theater, in a basin shape. The urban structure is very distinctive. The hillside is dotted with church spires.
|32||Parinacota Volcano||The Andes in South America is a volcanic chain composed of granite, covered with a layer of slate. In some places, large blocks of underground granite were lifted by the ground’s cold wind movement, and after breaking through the surface of the earth’s crust, they were in the shape of stone columns. After being eroded by the glacier, the top of the column became curved, but the two sides were steep, and some were almost upright.|
This is how the Paine horn peak in southern Chile was formed. They are two pink gray granite peaks with black slate on the top. They stand high above the undulating grassland, the swamp with red, yellow, and green carpet moss, and the calm and clear lake.
Each peak is only about 2545 meters high, but it is amazing that they stand like skyscrapers on the surrounding land.
The weather in the Paine mountains is often terrible. Therefore, mountaineers believe that only a few days per season are eligible for mountaineering. In 1974, it took a South African mountaineering team six weeks to climb the east slope of the steep central peak of Paine peak, with a height of 1220 meters. This is the highest rock slope that I climbed at that time.
Cape Payne peak is located in the south of Chile and is one of the peaks of the Andes Mountains in South America. They are two pink-gray granite peaks. Each peak is about 2545 meters high, and the top is black slate. It stands high on the undulating grassland, the swamp with red, yellow, and green mosses, and the calm and clear lake. This is a volcanic chain composed of granite, covered with a layer of slate. In some places, large blocks of underground granite were lifted by the ground’s cold wind movement, and after breaking through the surface of the earth’s crust, they were in the shape of stone columns. After being eroded by the glacier, the top of the column became curved, but the two sides were steep, and some were almost upright. The weather in the Paine mountains is often terrible. Mountaineers think that only a few days per season are suitable for mountaineering.
|33||Qin Qiao Luo Mummy||Qinqiaoluo mummy is 14 kilometers away from Arika, and it is the oldest mummy in the world. These mummies and other monuments dating back 10000 years are housed in the Archaeological Museum of San Miguel de Asaba.|
|34||Lapa NUI National Park||It was recognized as a world heritage site in 1995. It is an isolated island in the South Pacific Ocean 3800 nautical miles away from the coast of Chile, covering an area of about 180 square kilometers. On Easter day in 1722, the Dutch Explorer Jacob roggwen landed on the island, so it was named Easter Island. It is speculated that in the 10th to 16th centuries, the human-faced giant stone statues carved by the indigenous people on the island for the purpose of worshipping the gods were 2 to 10 meters high, 40 to 80 tons, and a total of about 1000 bodies. The eyes of these mysterious Moya stone statues with red hats were somehow dug out. Moya, who lost his eyes, stood quietly on the island, looking up at space. It seems that he is silently telling a distant story, leaving enigmatic mysteries and infinite reverie for future generations.|
|35||Juan Fernandez archipelago||Although it is not as world-famous as Easter Island, Juan Fernandez is a very unique place. It takes about two hours by plane to get to the islands. It consists of three parts: Robinson grueso, San grara and Alejandro serquico. The name of the first island came from the shipwreck story of Alejandro serkiko, which was collected by Daniel Defoe in his novel Robinson Crusoe. The island is also considered to be the virgin land of the earth’s biosphere.|