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Llanquihue (Spanish: [ʎaŋˈkiwe; ʝaŋ- ;ɟʝaŋ-]) may refer to:

  • Lake Llanquihue, the second largest lake in Chile
  • Llanquihue Province, a province of Chile located in the southern Los Lagos Region
  • Llanquihue, Chile, a Chilean commune and city in Llanquihue Province, Los Lagos Region
  • Llanquihue River, a river in the commune of Panguipulli, southern Chile

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Llanquihue glaciation

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known in southern Chile as the Llanquihue glaciation (Spanish: Glaciación de Llanquihue). Its type area lies west of Llanquihue Lake where various drifts or...

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Llanquihue

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Llanquihue (Spanish: [ʎaŋˈkiwe; ʝaŋ- ;ɟʝaŋ-]) may refer to: Lake Llanquihue, the second largest lake in Chile Llanquihue Province, a province of Chile...

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Llanquihue Lake

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Llanquihue Lake is the second-largest lake in Chile with an area of about 860 square kilometres (330 sq mi), after Lake General Carrera which is shared...

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Llanquihue Province

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Llanquihue Province (Spanish: Provincia de Llanquihue) is one of four provinces of the Chilean region of Los Lagos (X). Its capital is Puerto Montt. Chile's...

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Los Lagos Region

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Chiloé, Llanquihue, Osorno and Palena. The region contains the country's second largest island, Chiloé, and the second largest lake, Llanquihue. Its capital...

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Llanquihue River

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Llanquihue River (Spanish: Río Llanquihue) is a river in the commune of Panguipulli, southern Chile. It is formed by the union of Neltume River and Fui...

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Last Glacial Period

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and northern Central Europe), Valdai in Russia and Zyryanka in Siberia, Llanquihue in Chile, and Otira in New Zealand. The geochronological Late Pleistocene...

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Wager Island

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of the equator, it is classified as a subantarctic island. During the Llanquihue glaciation, advancing glaciers caused the forests to retreat far to the...

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El Llanquihue

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El Llanquihue is a Chilean daily newspaper published in the city of Puerto Montt. The newspaper was founded in 1885 being the fourth oldest Chilean newspaper...

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Puerto Montt

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southern Chile, located at the northern end of the Reloncaví Sound in the Llanquihue Province, Los Lagos Region, 1,055 km to the south of the capital, Santiago...

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Llanquihue Islands

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The Llanquihue Islands (65°53′S 65°6′W / 65.883°S 65.100°W / -65.883; -65.100) are a group of islands to the east of Larrouy Island, extending northward...

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Chile

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southern Chile intensifying penetration into Araucanía and colonizing Llanquihue with German immigrants in 1848. Through the founding of Fort Bulnes by...

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Puerto Varas

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roses”, is a city and commune located in the southern Chilean province of Llanquihue, in the Los Lagos Region. The city is famous for its German traditions...

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Monte Verde

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Monte Verde is a Paleolithic archaeological site in the Llanquihue Province in southern Chile, located near Puerto Montt, Los Lagos Region. It contains...

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Llanquihue National Reserve

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Llanquihue National Reserve (Spanish: Reserva Nacional Llanquihue) is a national reserve in Los Lagos Region of Chile. The reserve lies southeast of Llanquihue...

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Timeline of glaciation

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glaciation Santa María (Casma) glaciation Valdivia interglacial (MIS 5e) Llanquihue glaciation (at least MIS 4-2) It has proved difficult to correlate the...

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Frutillar

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Patagonia, in Llanquihue Province, within the Los Lagos Region, the lake district. The bay of Frutillar is placed on the banks of Lake Llanquihue, the largest...

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Calbuco Department

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1937: again created by splitting Llanquihue Department in Llanquihue Province into four departments: the new Llanquihue Department, Puerto Varas Department...

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Chilean expansionism

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southern Chile intensifying penetration into Araucanía and colonizing Llanquihue with German immigrants in 1848. Through the founding of Fort Bulnes by...

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Last Glacial Maximum

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piedmont glacier lobes. Glaciers extended about 7 km west of the modern Llanquihue Lake, but not more than 2 to 3 km south of it. Nahuel Huapi Lake in Argentina...

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Fitzroya

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flora. About 40 to 50 thousand years ago, during the interstadials of the Llanquihue glaciation, Fitzroya and other conifers had a much larger and continuous...

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List of ethnic slurs

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Germans. Originated during the German colonization of Valdivia, Osorno and Llanquihue in the mid 19th-century. Limey United States British people Comes from...

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Holocene

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North America, the Weichselian in Europe, the Devensian in Britain, the Llanquihue in Chile and the Otiran in New Zealand. The Holocene can be subdivided...

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