Villarrica


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Villarrica

(vē'yärē`kä), city (1992 pop. 27,818), capital of Guairá dept., SE Paraguay. It is a commercial center and shipping point in a region that produces cattle, tobacco, maté, cotton, footwear, leather products, sugarcane, lumber, wine, and citrus fruits. A large portion of the population is of German descent. Villarrica's cathedral is a pilgrimage center.

Villarrica

(vē'yärē`kä), active volcano, 9,338 ft (2,847 m), Cautín prov., S central Chile, in the Andes on the SE shore of Lake Villarrica, 60 mi (97 km) SE of Temuco. It is protected by Villarrica National Park. Glaciers cover 15 sq mi (40 sq km) of the volcano, and a 3.7-mi-wide (6-km) caldera formed during the late Pleistocene is a popular destination for hikers. One of Chile's most active volcanoes, eruptions have been recorded there since 1558, with violent explosions in 1964, 1971, and 2015.
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Snow-covered Villarrica volcano is one of only a small number of volcanoes around the world with an active lava lake.
En detalle se trabaja en torno a los paisajes en ciudades de la region de La Araucania, especificamente en Temuco, Villarrica y Angol.
Implementing agency : I MUNICIPALIDAD DE VILLARRICA,
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In March, Volcano Villarrica, also in southern Chile, erupted, sending a plume of ash and lava high into the sky, but quickly subsided.
Santiago: Volcano Villarrica in southern Chile erupted in the early hours of Tuesday, sending a plume of ash and lava high into the sky, and forcing the evacuation of nearby communities.
Volcano Villarrica in southern Chile erupted in the early hours of Tuesday, sending ash and lava high into the sky, and forcing the evacuation of nearby communities.
En consideracion a que es necesario conocer la relevancia del turismo rural en la comuna de Villarrica, la investigacion se oriento a conocer la importancia de las instituciones publicas y privadas relacionadas con el turismo rural, como tambien identificar a los pequenos propietarios con emprendimientos turisticos, conocer su perfil como sus principales ventajas y problemas que tienen para desarrollar su actividad.
Al ano siguiente inicio una intensa actividad misionera, formadora y parroquial en Villarrica, San Jose de la Mariquina, Boroa, Pucon--donde realizo obras e impulso la construccion de capillas y lugares de oracion- y tambien en otras localidades, antes de ser nombrado obispo.
He describes the Cuban and Nicaraguan insurrections, the Bay of Pigs invasion, Fidel Castro and the attack on the Moncada barracks, the CIA's attempt to overthrow Jacobo Arbenz, the Villarrica Campaign, La Violencia, the National Liberation Army, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the People's Liberation Army, and other campaigns.
In the austral summer of 2011, in the rural arca of Villarrica county, southern Chile (39[degrees]16'S, 72[degrees]19'W), 7 black-faced ibis juveniles (approximately 4 months old) were observed in the field with weakness; they were unable to follow the group and struggling to take flight.