The Nahuelbuta Range or Cordillera de Nahuelbuta (Spanish pronunciation: [nawelˈβuta]) is a mountain range in Bio-Bio and Araucania Region, southern Chile. It is located along the Pacific coast and forms part of the larger Chilean Coast Range. The name of the range derives from the Mapudungun words nahuel (jaguar) and futa (big)
Historically Cordillera de Nahuelbuta and its surrounding valleys were the foci of the Arauco War. The Spanish designs for this region was to exploit the placer deposits of gold around the range using unfree Mapuche labour from the densely populated valleys. For this purpose the Spanish established a series of settlements and fortified houses around Cordillera de Nahuelbuta.
By elevation Cordillera de Nahuelbuta is
# 10 out of 67 in Provincia de Arauco
By prominence Cordillera de Nahuelbuta is
# 23 out of 67 in Provincia de Arauco # 94 out of 225 in Provincia de Malleco
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