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A young town on a soil that gives evidence of an ancient past invited us to stroll about its quiet streets and to get to know its daily lifestyle.
This small museum offers excellent information about dinosaur findings in the Neuquén basin and scientifically studies these beings.
Identifying dinosaur tracks oneself is an adventure second to none. Villa El Chocón offers that possibility in the twinkling of an eye.
We were astonished by giant machinery and thousands of kilowatts hovering over our heads. We could not help thinking about all this as we entered the hydroelectric power station.
We sailed across large Lake Ramos Mexía towards red-colored clay cliffs showing their edges and bays, part of the Valley of Dinosaurs.
Ideal to spend a day outdoors, the Arroyito Dam displays a singular picture created by nature and by human intelligence.
We unveiled the secret of a huge clay massif called Los Gigantes (“The Giants”) after crossing the lake by motorboat. There we found out the power of the wind and the effect of the erosion has created for thousands of years.