Chilean coastal town in the commune of Coquimbo in Elqui Province, Coquimbo Region.- Tongoy
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Port city, commune and capital of the Elqui Province, located on the Pan-American Highway, in the Coquimbo Region of Chile.
It is an access point for beach towns to the south, such as Guanaqueros and Tongoy.
This article contains a list of towns in Chile.
Víctor Domingo Silva Endeiza (May 12, 1882, Tongoy, Elqui Province – August 20, 1960, Santiago) was a Chilean poet, journalist, playwright and writer.
Chilean town in the commune of Coquimbo, Elqui Province, Coquimbo Region.
It is located in Guanaqueros Bay, 12 kilometers northeast from Tongoy.
Evacuating a building.
A series of waves reaching at least 4.5 m high were observed along the coast of Coquimbo and the cities of Coquimbo, Tongoy and Concón nearby to Valparaiso reported flooding; large fishing vessels were swept into the streets of Coquimbo, which reported heavy damage.
Extinct genus of semiaquatic ground sloths from the Miocene and Pliocene of the Pacific South American coast.
The Coquimbo Formation in Tongoy Bay and the Horcón Formation of the Valparaíso Basin also display diverse shark assemblages, including megalodon, the great white shark, Carcharodon plicatilis, the shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus), Pristiophorus sawsharks, the smalltooth sand tiger, Carcharhinus sharks, the school shark (Galeorhinus galeus), the copper shark (Carcharhinus brachyurus), and the bluntnose sixgill shark (Hexanchus griseus).
The Almirante Latorre class consisted of two super-dreadnought battleships designed by the British company Armstrong Whitworth for the Chilean Navy.
Almirante Latorre ended up in the Bay of Tongoy with.
Main Chilean radio conglomerate belonging to PRISA Radio, a subsidiary of the Spanish group PRISA.
Miocene to Middle Pleistocene sedimentary formation located in Coquimbo Region in Norte Chico, Chile.
The lowermost unit belongs to the lower Miocene, with the third-deepest unit dated at 11.9 ± 1.0 Ma. The uppermost unit of the formation is estimated at 1.2 Ma. In the area of Tongoy, the Coquimbo Formation was deposited in an ancient bay that was formed in a graben or half-graben, with a normal fault dipping east.
Bay in Chile's Coquimbo Region.
On the shores of the bay lie the towns of Tongoy and Puerto Aldea and their respective beaches.