In 1978, in a now-destroyed stone oven on the outskirts of Lonquen, 15 bodies of men who were executed by Chile's military dictatorship were found. The ruins have become a memorial for hundreds of people who come every year to honor the victims
In 1978, in a now-destroyed stone oven on the outskirts of Lonquen, 15 bodies of men who were executed by Chile's military dictatorship were found. The ruins have become a memorial for hundreds of people who come every year to honor the victims Helen Hughes / MCT
In 1978, in a now-destroyed stone oven on the outskirts of Lonquen, 15 bodies of men who were executed by Chile's military dictatorship were found. The ruins have become a memorial for hundreds of people who come every year to honor the victims Helen Hughes / MCT

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