Salta. Construction workers and traffic.

Salta. Construction workers and traffic.

 Salta. Book seller in Parque San Martín.

Salta. Book seller in Parque San Martín.

 Salta. Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car).

Salta. Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car).

 Salta. Man looks down from Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car). Salta's cable car ascends Cerro San Bernardo overlooking the city.

Salta. Man looks down from Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car). Salta's cable car ascends Cerro San Bernardo overlooking the city.

 Salta. Dusk atop Cerro San Bernardo, which overlooks the city of Salta.

Salta. Dusk atop Cerro San Bernardo, which overlooks the city of Salta.

 Salta Province. Del Toro's Ravine (Bull's Ravine). An emaciated horse walks along the road.

Salta Province. Del Toro's Ravine (Bull's Ravine). An emaciated horse walks along the road.

 Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).

Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).

 Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Cactus called 'Old Man of the Andes' (Oreocereus celsianus) at a pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).

Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Cactus called 'Old Man of the Andes' (Oreocereus celsianus) at a pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).

 Salta. Coca tea (Mate de coca). Consumed throughout the Andes to reduce the effects of altitude sickness. The sale of coca leaves is legal in Argentina. As a religious and cultural activity the cultivation and consumption of coca leaf has lasted for centuries.

Salta. Coca tea (Mate de coca). Consumed throughout the Andes to reduce the effects of altitude sickness. The sale of coca leaves is legal in Argentina. As a religious and cultural activity the cultivation and consumption of coca leaf has lasted for centuries.

 Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

 Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Boys sit outside a house in the town centre. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Boys sit outside a house in the town centre. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

 Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Llamas are bred for their wool and meat. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Llamas are bred for their wool and meat. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

   
  
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  Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Tour bus.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Tour bus.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir sellers.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir sellers.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir seller.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir seller.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain and stored nearby.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain and stored nearby.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

 Jujuy Province. Roadside shrine for Gauchito Gil, the famous Argentian outlaw folk hero.

Jujuy Province. Roadside shrine for Gauchito Gil, the famous Argentian outlaw folk hero.

 Jujuy Province. Cuesta del Lipán (Route 52).

Jujuy Province. Cuesta del Lipán (Route 52).

 Salta Province. Iruya.

Salta Province. Iruya.

 Salta Province. Iruya. Football match.

Salta Province. Iruya. Football match.

 Salta Province. Iruya.

Salta Province. Iruya.

 Jujuy Province. Abra Condor. Elevation 4,100 meters (13,500 feet).

Jujuy Province. Abra Condor. Elevation 4,100 meters (13,500 feet).

 Jujuy Province. Maimara. Modern Indian cemetery.

Jujuy Province. Maimara. Modern Indian cemetery.

 Jujuy Province. Uquia. Modern Indian cemetery.

Jujuy Province. Uquia. Modern Indian cemetery.

 Jujuy Province. San Salvador de Jujuy. Church.

Jujuy Province. San Salvador de Jujuy. Church.

 Salta. Construction workers and traffic.
 Salta. Book seller in Parque San Martín.
 Salta. Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car).
 Salta. Man looks down from Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car). Salta's cable car ascends Cerro San Bernardo overlooking the city.
 Salta. Dusk atop Cerro San Bernardo, which overlooks the city of Salta.
 Salta Province. Del Toro's Ravine (Bull's Ravine). An emaciated horse walks along the road.
 Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).
 Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Cactus called 'Old Man of the Andes' (Oreocereus celsianus) at a pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).
 Salta. Coca tea (Mate de coca). Consumed throughout the Andes to reduce the effects of altitude sickness. The sale of coca leaves is legal in Argentina. As a religious and cultural activity the cultivation and consumption of coca leaf has lasted for centuries.
 Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.
 Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Boys sit outside a house in the town centre. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.
 Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Llamas are bred for their wool and meat. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.
   
  
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  Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Tour bus.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir sellers.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir seller.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain and stored nearby.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.
 Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.
 Jujuy Province. Roadside shrine for Gauchito Gil, the famous Argentian outlaw folk hero.
 Jujuy Province. Cuesta del Lipán (Route 52).
 Salta Province. Iruya.
 Salta Province. Iruya. Football match.
 Salta Province. Iruya.
 Jujuy Province. Abra Condor. Elevation 4,100 meters (13,500 feet).
 Jujuy Province. Maimara. Modern Indian cemetery.
 Jujuy Province. Uquia. Modern Indian cemetery.
 Jujuy Province. San Salvador de Jujuy. Church.

Salta. Construction workers and traffic.

Salta. Book seller in Parque San Martín.

Salta. Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car).

Salta. Man looks down from Teleférico San Bernardo (cable car). Salta's cable car ascends Cerro San Bernardo overlooking the city.

Salta. Dusk atop Cerro San Bernardo, which overlooks the city of Salta.

Salta Province. Del Toro's Ravine (Bull's Ravine). An emaciated horse walks along the road.

Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).

Salta Province. Santa Rosa de Tastil. Cactus called 'Old Man of the Andes' (Oreocereus celsianus) at a pre-Incan ruins (14th to 15th century). Altitude at this location is 3,200 meters (10,500 feet).

Salta. Coca tea (Mate de coca). Consumed throughout the Andes to reduce the effects of altitude sickness. The sale of coca leaves is legal in Argentina. As a religious and cultural activity the cultivation and consumption of coca leaf has lasted for centuries.

Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Boys sit outside a house in the town centre. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

Salta Province. San Antonio de los Cobres. Mining town with 4,200 inhabitants. Llamas are bred for their wool and meat. The elevation at this location is 3,750 meters (12,300 feet), one of the highest of any city or town in Argentina.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Tour bus.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir sellers.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain. Souvenir seller.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain and stored nearby.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Salinas Grande is the biggest salt flat in Argentina, 60 kms in length and covering an area roughly 5200km2, at an altitude of 3350 meters. Salt is harvested from square pools dug into the crystalline salt plain.

Jujuy Province. Roadside shrine for Gauchito Gil, the famous Argentian outlaw folk hero.

Jujuy Province. Cuesta del Lipán (Route 52).

Salta Province. Iruya.

Salta Province. Iruya. Football match.

Salta Province. Iruya.

Jujuy Province. Abra Condor. Elevation 4,100 meters (13,500 feet).

Jujuy Province. Maimara. Modern Indian cemetery.

Jujuy Province. Uquia. Modern Indian cemetery.

Jujuy Province. San Salvador de Jujuy. Church.

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