The Lost City (La Ciudad Perdida)
A Mysterious Ancient City in Chile

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Aysen, a region in Chilean Patagonia, is the size of England but has only 90,000 inhabitants. They live isolated with nearly no roads in a stunning rough landscape. Somewhere in this lost world, a mysterious city is hiding. Five hundred years ago a group of conquerors built a city entirely…
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