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Listed under Historic Towns and Villages in Salta, Argentina.

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Snuggled in the picturesque Lerma Valley, Salta is a town known for its Hispanic architecture. When you’re done admiring the architecture, one of the most popular things to do while visiting Salta is to take a turn on the ‘Train to the clouds‘. This journey departs Salta and winds through the Eastern Andes Mountains passing thorough tiny villages and towns, reaching heights of 4,200 meters above sea level and providing breathtaking views of the Andes. The Lerma Valley’s mild summers and warm winters mean you can visit Salta any time of the year.

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