Alberto de Agostini National Park was created in 1965 and takes its name from an Italian explorer photographer writer and missionary of the Salesians of Don Bosco order that lived and explored Patagonia as a missionary around 1930. De Agostini was known for his discoveries photographs and maps of the region. The park is located in the Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica the southernmost largest and second least populated region of Chile. The park covers 5 637 square miles and touches Magallanes Tierra del Fuego and Antarctica provinces. View more
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