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Torres del Paine is a national park in Chilean Patagonia. It is in the southern tiers of the Andes and features mountains, lakes, and glaciers.
The rocky Torres del Paine (meaning "Blue Towers" in a mixture of Spanish and local indigenous languages) give the park its name. Other attractions include the Cuernos del Paine mountains, Grey Glacier, Lago Grey, Lago Pehoé, Lago Nordenskjöld, and Lago Sarmiento.
The towers are eroded remains of an uplifted region, this created by granite plutons that uplifted overlaying sedimentary layers of which the lowest is a dark red shale.
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