Villa Epecuén

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Villa Epecuén
Skyline of Villa Epecuén
Argentina - Buenos Aires - Adolfo Alsina.svg
Coordinates: 37°7′51″S 62°48′27″W / 37.13083°S 62.80750°W / -37.13083; -62.80750Coordinates: 37°7′51″S 62°48′27″W / 37.13083°S 62.80750°W / -37.13083; -62.80750
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Villa Epecuén was a tourist village in Adolfo Alsina, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It was flooded in 1985, and was abandoned. Its ruins are on the eastern shore of the Laguna Epecuén, about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) north of Carhué.

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  1. "The Ruins of Villa Epecuen". Atlantic. June 2011.

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