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Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile (-33.57393 -70.62055)
Most of the region is made up of an extremely fertile, level prairie that the locals call la Depresión intermedia (Intermediate Depression). The terrain is known for its low elevation in relation to sea level and for being surrounded by hills, as well as emergent so-called island hills, such as Santa Lucía (an ancient extinct volcano), Blanco, and Renca, present today in the city of Santiago.
Cerro Santa Lucía, Santiago, Provincia de Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, 8320151, Chile (-33.44035 -70.64345)
Coordinates: -33.44040 -70.64350 -33.44030 -70.64340 - Minimum elevation: 515 m - Maximum elevation: 889 m - Average elevation: 568 m