The Mapuche model of predominance through technological superiority and armed confrontation was repeated later, when Europeans implemented a subsequent but conceptually identical cycle, essentially identifying the position of former dominators by a new, albeit predominantly European class. The cattle (malons) stolen during the burglaries were later brought to Chile via the mountain passes and exchanged for goods, especially alcoholic beverages. Both countries have organized their Patagonian territories into non-equivalent administrative units - provinces and departments in Argentina; and regions, provinces and municipalities in Chile. During the oligocene and early Miocene, large parts of Patagonia were subjected to a marine transgression that could have temporarily linked the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, as from the finds of marine invertebrates of both the Atlantic and the Pacific affinity in La Cascada Formation. As he saw him, wonderful things tell about him, because he usually hunts between the mountains, with two Lyons in a chain like a lease, and a bow in his hand”. During this time it met the local, probably Tehuelche people, described by his reporter, Antonio Pigafetta, as giants named Patagons. After reaching the Rio de la Plata (which they explore on their way back and contacted the Charra and other peoples), they finally reached the Gulf of San Matias with 42°S. In the area of Bariloche there is still a well-known tradition of alpine cuisine with chocolate bars and even fondue restaurants, and tea rooms. are a characteristic of Welsh communities in Gaiman and Trevelin as well as in the mountains. The first planned dams were to be built on the Baker River and Pascua Rivers, but others were proposed, including the famous Futaleuf River in Chile and the Santa Cruz River in Argentina. Towards Chilean territory, the shingle gives place for porphyry, granite and basalt lavas, and animal life becomes more abundant and vegetation more lush, which consists mainly of southern beech and coniferous plants. Initially, the Antarctic Plate subducted only at the southernmost tip of Patagonia, which means that the Chile Triple Junction was located near the Strait of Magellan. I worked at the Patagonia store about ten years ago, and a customer came in and dropped this shirt off — he said it's been in his closet for thirty years, and he doesn't need it anymore. Towards the end of the 16th century, mapuchesprache farmers entered the western Andes and from there into the eastern plains and down to the extreme south. Five years later, the Chilean government moved the main settlement to the current location of Punta Arenas, the oldest permanent settlement in South Patagonia. In Chile, the city of Balmaceda is known for being located in this region (which is usually almost exclusively in Argentina) and the coldest place in Chile, with temperatures below 20 °C. Incluso ahora continéa la discusién sobre el origen de la Patagonia, la cual lleva més de veinte a'os sin lograr un consenso entre la comunidad Cientéfica. Due to the low rainfall in agricultural areas, Argentine Patagonia already has numerous dams for irrigation, some of which are also used for hydroelectric power. Tehuelches included the Gununa'kena in the north, Mecharnuekenk in the southern center of Patagonia and the Aonikenk or Southern Tehuelche in the extreme south, north of Magellan Street. In the east and north, winters are much stricter, with cold snapshots that reduce temperatures to 20°C as far as the Rio Grande on the Atlantic coast. Parts of other lines were built in the south, but the only lines that are still in operation are La Trochita in Esquel, the train of the end of the world in and a short distance Tren Histérico de Bariloche to Perito Moreno. Among the main tourist attractions are the Perito Moreno Glacier, the Valdés Peninsula, the Argentine Lake District and Ushuaia and Tierra del Fuego (the city is also a springboard for trips to Antarctica, which attracts even more visitors). In addition to these transverse wells (some of them mark lines of ancient interoceanic communication), others were occupied by more or less extensive lakes, such as the Yagagtoo, Patterns and Colhue Huapi, and others, located south of Puerto Deseado, in the center of the country. The east coast is warmer than the west, especially in summer, as a branch of the southern equatorial current reaches its coasts, while the west coast is washed by a cold current. There has erosion, the main.