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Cerro Zapaleri is a mountain whose summit is the tripoint of the borders of Argentina, Bolivia and Chile. It is part of Potosi Department (Bolivia), Jujuy Province (Argentina), and Antofagasta Region (Chile).

The Bolivian portion of the mountain is protected within Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve. Moreover, it is close to the sector Salar de Tara-Salar de Aguas Calientes of Los Flamencos National Reserve, Chile.

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