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4 national parks to run out of air

They are so many, and all beautiful, but today we want to leave you 4 national parks to visit in our country.


From north to south and east to west,  Argentina  has wonders of all kinds and color. Many of them are  preserved  in our national parks, true natural sanctuaries where the native flora and fauna of each place remains intact. They are so many, and all beautiful, but today we want to leave you 4 national parks to visit in our country.

Glaciers National Park

Well to the south, in the province of  Santa Cruz , is the Glaciers National Park. This was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981. With an extension of 6000 km2, it has a wide variety of ecosystems that converge there. The park is home to one of the most famous glaciers in the world: the  Perito Moreno Glacier .

Talampaya National Park

In the province of  La Rioja  there is another national park that was also declared a World Heritage Site:  Talampaya National Park . It is a large red desert, where they inhabit high-rise rock formations that make up the Talampaya Canyon. In addition, it is possible to immerse yourself in its history through the petroglyphs, figures and symbols that were engraved on the rocks by the tribes that inhabited there millions of years ago.

Nahuel Huapi National Park

Between the provinces of  Neuquén  and  Río Negro  , is the first natural park protected from  Argentina . The park has varied climates and ecosystems, ranging from the wet forest to the steppes and snow-capped mountains. There, hundreds of species of flora and fauna marvel visitors.

Iguazu National Park

Iguazu National Park is one of the most visited in the country. Located in  Misiones , it has an area of 67,720 hectares of jungle, framing one of the new Wonders of the World:  the Iguazu Falls . This place was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984.

Publication Date: 16/11/2019

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By: Juan 16 November, 2019

Este 6 de noviembre último, en el acto central del Día de los Parques Nacionales, su Presidente del Directorio Eugenio "Chipi" Breard (como le gusta que lo llamen), entregó sombreros del uniforme del Cuerpo de Guardaparques Nacionales a los Jefes de las Fuerzas de Seguridad y Policiales presentes en la ceremonia. Hizo y llevó al ridículo a las autoridades invitadas, al posar éstos ante los medios de prensa con el sombrero puesto en una imagen deplorable. Es como si en el Día de la Gendarmería, su Director Nacional (Comandante General) regalase gorras de oficiales de esa Fuerza a los representantes de otras Instituciones y éstos se calaran la gorra para la foto protocolar. Después del 10D a desratizar Parques Nacionales de Cambiemos! Cachivaches.

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