Aerial views of a string of narrow islets called La Sierra on Salar de Uyuni near Tahua
Aerial views of a string of narrow islets called La Sierra on Salar de Uyuni near Tahua, with Volcan Tunupa in background. The Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world, covering some 10,500 sq. km. and containing over 10 billion tons of salt. It was formed by evaporating runnoff that became trapped between two branches of the Andes without any outlet to the sea.
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