Puerto Aisen, Chile
Puerto Aisen is a city of Chile located in the Aisen Region, above the head of Aisen Fjord in the country's extreme south. Puerto Aisen, which is the capital city of both the Aisen Province and the commune of Aisen is located far from the Regional Capital of Coyhaique, and far from the port of Puerto Chacabuco, main entry point to Puerto Aisen by sea. The main tourist attraction is Lagoon San Rafael.
Originally settled around 1914, it was officially recognized as a city on January 28, 1928. It numbers around 17,000 inhabitants.
Puerto Aisen has an oceanic climate with high and evenly distributed rainfall throughout the year. www.climate-charts.com Puerto Aysen, Chile
Average annual rainfall is
The average high temperature in July is , and the average high temperature in January is .
Aysen Municipal Government
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