Turismo en Neuquen , Argentina
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   Junin de los Andes
   Neuquén 
   S Martín de los Andes
   Villa La Angostura
   Villa Pehuenia
   Zapala
 
   4 Tracks
   Air Activity
   Nautical Activty
   Horse Riding
   Hiking 
   Hunting
   Fishing
  Climbing
   Mountain Bike
   Paragliding
   Rafting
   Sauna-Spa
   Trekking
 
   Golf Courses
   Ski Resorts
   Argentine Wines
   Rural Tourism
   The Tango  
   Tourist Trains
   Jesuitics buildings
   Nationals Parks
 
 
History of Chos Malal
 

It is located on the national route Nº 40 in a beautiful cordillerano valley, in the confluence of the rivers Curí Lauvú and Neuquén. It was the first capital of the territory of Neuquén, in 1884.
In the historical helmet of the city is the Museum

Manuel Jose Olascoaga, located in the same place in which one was, at the time of the campaign, the Headquarters of IV the Division of the Expeditionary army. There personal objects, photographies and lithographies pertaining to the founder and first Olascoaga governor can be seen, like also indigenous utensils, mineral, fossil and other elements that allow to know the zone the past. Also they can be visited: the Provincial Breeding ground, the Municipal Historical File, the Olascoaga Library and the Office of Tourism, like also the Amphitheatre, the Tower, the House of the Culture and the Church Helping Maria
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