The Che route
The path of Che is the term used to refer to the path followed by the Argentine guerrilla Ernesto Che Guevara and his men in the area of Ñancahuazú, in Bolivia, during 1966 and 1967 and that ended with his execution in La Higuera the 9 October of 1967 and subsequent exposure of your body and clandestine burial in Vallegrande. He is currently a popular tourist and historical memory circuit.
The operations of Che Guevara and his guerrilla group in 1966 and 1967 they had as a property acquired on the Ñancahuazú River, a temporary mountain river, direct tributary of the Rio Grande, located in the Southeast area of Bolivia, combining the last foothills of the Cordillera de los Andes to the Gran Chaco Plains.
It is a sparsely populated area, seat of the indigenous communities of guarani origin. The towns closest to the area are Samaipata northward and southward Camiri. This route begins in Alta Gracia (Argentina)passes through different cities (San Martín de Los Andes, Bariloche and hence passes to Chile, where staying in Osorno, Traiguen, and goes to Valparaiso, Santiago and North to Bolivia.
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