Llamas in Lauca National Park
Agriculture in Elqui valley
Pica Oasis Street Vendor
Many of Chile's vineyards are found on dorp land within the foothills of the Andes.
Street vendor selling locally-grown citrus.
Aquacultre installations in southern Chile.
Pica's main plaza
Lambs in Tierra del Fuego.
Local architecture
Huaso in a Chilean wheat field, 1940. The picture illustrates some of Chile's two most important agriculture products cattle farming and wheat.
All mainland Spanish settlements (red dots) south of Biobío River were destroyed by 1604.
1744 engraving published in Relación histórica del viaje a la América meridional. The image shows cattle in the Chilean countryside including a square for cattle slaughter.
Cornelio Saavedra Rodríguez in a meeting with the main Mapuche loncos of Araucania in 1869. With the Occupation of the Araucanía, that culminated in the 1880s, new lands were made available for non-indigenous agriculture.

Chilean town and commune in Tamarugal Province, Tarapacá Region.

- Pica, Chile

The Norte Grande region covers most of Atacama Desert and its crop agriculture is contracted around small oases, such as Pica (known for its Limón de Pica) and Pozo Almonte.

- Agriculture in Chile

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