Marble Caves in Chile (Spanish: Cuevas de Mármol en Chile) - a group of caves in Chile, on the post-glacial lake of General Carrera, through which the Argentine-Chilean border runs. The most famous of them are the Marble Chapel (Capillas de Mármol) and the Marble Cathedral (Catedral de Mármol). Blue-gray caves created by water erosion of marble are over 6000 years old. The caves are located in the region, which is the world's largest marble deposit. The nearest major city and tourist base is distant about 320 km Coyhaique.
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