Photographer's Note

Declared Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO in 1978, the Torres del Paine National Park, (located in the Chilean Patagonia) is internationally renowned as one of the most beautiful, unspoiled and remote places of the planet. Their attractions reside on its spectacular mountain range, lakes, flora and fauna.
The name of the Park comes from three sheer granite towers, that make a challenging and coveted prize for climbers.

Le Parc national Torres del Plaine est situ en Patagonie chilienne. D'une surface de 2 400 km, il a t dclar Rserve de biosphre en 1978 par l'UNESCO.

Le parc doit son nom trois normes aiguilles de granite (dont les parois mesurent plus de 1000m de haut).

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