Angelmó Bay and Tenglo Island in Puerto Montt, Chile - Encircle Photos

14 Angelmó Bay and Tenglo Island in Puerto Montt, Chile

Puerto Montt is a fishing village and port in Central Chile. Its namesake is Manuel Montt, a mid-19th century Chilean president. He developed this area by welcoming German immigrants to settle in the Los Lagos Region. The commune has a population of about 175,000 people. These old wooden fishing boats tethered to the pier become beached during low tide. The lush vegetation in the background is Tenglo Island.

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Angelmó 870 Puerto Montt, X Región, Chile

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