The Marble Cathedral of Chile

A natural marvel on the picturesque turquoise waters of General Carrera lake in Patagonia. The eroded marble formations, which have a few passageways and caverns large enough for a small boat to fit through, lie below enormous sheer marble cliffs in the Andes above.

©Linte Waidehofer

©Jorge Leon Cabello

©Ricardo Alfaro

©Claudio Alvarado Solari

©Jorge Leon Cabello

©Jorge Leon Cabello

©Jorge Leon Cabello

©Linte Waidehofer

©Jorge Leon Cabello

©Claudio Alvarado Solari

©Jorge Leon Cabello

©Jorge Leon Cabello

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2 Responses to The Marble Cathedral of Chile

  1. Pingback: FIVE MORE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES IN THE WORLD « As My World Turns

  2. zookyshirts says:

    Nature can be surprising and beautiful in things I haven’t seen before. I’m grateful for people to take photographs like these and share them.

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