Pica, Chile

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The Church of San Andrés, in Pica.

Pica is a city in Chile, in the Province of Tamarugal, Tarapacá. It is in an oasis in the middle of the Atacama Desert. Pica is famous for its small and unusually acidic lemons. It has an average temperature of 40°C. Pica has 6,178 inhabitants.[1]

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