Neltume

Neltume is a Chilean town in Panguipulli commune, of Los Ríos Region. It lies along the 203-CH route to Huahum Pass into Argentina. The town's main economic activities are forestry and, more recently, tourism since the Huilo-Huilo Biological Reserve was created in 1999. During large periods of the 20th century Neltume was a site of social mobilizations and unrest, events which culminated in 1981 with the crack down of the "Toqui Lautaro" guerrilla set of by MIR to fight the military dictatorship in Chile.

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Neltume River
... Neltume River (Spanish Río Neltume) is a river in the commune of Panguipulli, southern Chile ... It drains Neltume Lake and flows southward where it joins Fui River and creates together Llanquihue River ...
Chilean Army - History - 20. Century - Neltume
... were deployed in the mountains of Neltume from June to November 1981, where they destroyed two Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR) bases, seizing large caches of munitions and killing a ...
Neltume - History - Selling of State Property (1987-1990)
... whose family now owns Fundo Chanchan and Fundo Enco along Enco River and other properties around Neltume ...
1973 Chilean Coup D'état - Aftermath - Assault On The Neltume Police Station
... See also Neltume After hearing the news about the 11 September coup MRC (Spanish acronym for Revolutionary Campesino Movement), a group formed with help of MIR, decided to take actions against the police ...
Neltume Lake
... Neltume Lake (Spanish Lago Neltume) is one of the "Seven Lakes" in Panguipulli municipality, southern Chile ...