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Train Cemetery near Uyuni, Bolivia Bolivia

When you visit Salar de Uyuni chances are high you need to get some stuff at the city of Uyuni before you go for the real Adventure.
So since you anyway there you should visit the Train Cementery next to the Town.

At Daytimes it is very crowded because all the Tours go there too but if you got the chance to visit at night you wont be disappointed.

The Location is very spooky and because youre middle in the nowhere, you got very little Light pollution, making it a good place to catch some stars with a not everyday foreground.
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A decent amount of people

Blue hour/nighttime

05:40 18:42
11:28
20°28'34.7182" S 66°49'54.0456" W

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  • Sean Barry
  • Michael Paul
  • Gunnar Heilmann
  • Florian Schwientek
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Thank you Matthias Huber for creating this photo spot and Gunnar Heilmann for improving it with additional photos or content.
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