The Serrania de Hornocal is a range of colorful mountains in northern Argentina. The peaks reach an elevation of 15,620 feet (4761 meters) above sea level and get their incredible colors and patterns from an exposed limestone formation known as Yacoraite. The visual variations within the rock layers results from historical changes in sea levels.
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