Ben Roberts

Trevelin, Chubut Province, Argentina

A 4WD vehicle drives along a gravel road beneath the peaks of the Parque Nacional los Alerces. The park was created in 1937 in order to protect the alerce forest, and other typical examples of the flora of the Patagonian Andes. The National Park has the largest alerce forest of Argentina. Alerce is one of the longest-living trees in the world; some in the park are around 3,000 years old, with many of them over 1,000 years.

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Ben Roberts
City
Trevelin, Chubut Province
Country
Argentina
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Not for sale in France
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4961 x 3834 pixels
42 x 32.46 cm (300 dpi)
16.54 x 12.78 inch (300 dpi)
8.3 MB size on disk
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