Sights in Trevelin
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Horse lovers can pay their respects at Tumba de Malacara, the monument holding the remains of a brave horse whose swift retreat saved its owner’s hide. As the story goes, town founder John Evans escaped with Malacara from murder-bent Araucanians, who were retaliating for an attack by the Argentine army during the Conquista del Desierto. It’s two blocks northeast of Plaza Coronel Fontana.
Occupies the restored remains of a 1922 grain mill. At the time of research it was closed for renovation. It’s a couple of blocks east of the plaza, at the end of 25 de Mayo.