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Putre is a Chilean town and commune, capital of the Parinacota Province in the Arica-Parinacota Region. It is located 130 km (78 miles) east of Arica, at an altitude of 3500 metres . The town is backdropped by Taapaca volcanic complex.
Putre is on the edge of the Lauca National Park, and is popular with visitors to the National Park wishing to acclimatise to the altitude.
There is a historical church in Putre.
The commune also includes the localities of Socoroma, Tignamar, Belen, Chapiquina, Pachama, Ancuta, Guallatiri, Parinacota, Chucuyo and Caquena.
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