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The Salinas del Diamante are a unique case in the region. Located in the province of Mendoza , at a glance they look like a huge lagoon. But in reality it is an amazing open-pit salt mine where the sky is reflected on earth. Everyone who visits her comments that it is hard to believe what their eyes see.
They are on national route 144, in the district of El Nihuil, 60 km from the city of San Rafael. The Salinas del Diamante were declared a National Protected Area of the province given its particularity. While they are private property, the Remaggi family, which has run the establishment since 1916, decided to open the doors to the public. There, you can see photos that reflect the passage of the history of this site. There is also a salt museum, where you can compare the different textures and colors of salts, depending on their place of origin.
About 1500 hectares of water mirror and 3000 of total area make the Salinas del Diamante a place you can not miss during your next visit to Mendoza .
Publication Date: 01/07/2019
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