Photo of the Day

Natural caves carved by water over thousands of years in General Carrera Lake in Chile also known as the ‘marble cathedral’. As well as being the deepest lake in South America, General Carrera Lake is the biggest lake in Chile with a surface area of almost a thousand square kilometers.  It is 200 km long, at an altitude of 350 meters and has a maximum depth of 590 meters. It is known as Lake Buenos Aires by the Argentineans. The marble protrusions stretch along a beachside and are around 300m in length

Photo credit: Mark Schwabe




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