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The valley contains numerous archaeological remains of pre-Columbian settlements.
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Rio Grande | Purmamarca Village, Humahuaca, Argentina
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This is a narrow mountain valley in Jujuy province. The Rio Grande runs through it. The word ‘quebrada’ translates as a deep valley or ravine. Populated for 10,000 years, it was part of the road system of the Incas. For its role as a crossroads of economic, social and cultural
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Book a tour with ADN travels (from Tilcara) for a full day visiting several towns including Humahuaca and Hornocal with the 14 colors mountain, didn't know it exists until I arrive there. It is an amazing spectacle, beautiful scenery of many layers of Rocky mountain on different
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You do not know where to look. Everything is fantastic. We were lucky that it had snowed in the night so that all the mountain tops were white. The colors of the mountains came out even better. Recommended.
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Magnificent place which is part of the Unesco protected sites, well worth it. Full of natural beauties and historical remnants. Enjoy the nature, the history, the people and the food. Not to miss.
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Over several days we journeyed up this canyon of the Rio Grande which runs some 100 miles north starting in San Salvador de Jujuy and ends in Bolivia. We explored the villages of Purmamarca beneath the “Hill of Seven Colors”, Tilcara where we stayed for three nights and then up
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