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The natural eaves of painted hands is a site of high archeological value, where we find a record of the first dwellers of Patagonia.
This immense Patagonian lake, with a surface estimated in 450 km² and a depth from 40 to 50 m. conforms together with lake Colhue Huapi the basin situted 45º 30' south...
It is located just 30 km away to the South of Sarmiento accessed through a gravel road. This provincial natural monument is a forest from the Cenozoic Era. That means it is approximately 65 million years old.