Laguna Blanca is a National Park in the west of the province of Neuquén, Argentina, close to the town of Zapala. The park around the lagoon was created in 1940 to protect the lagoon and particularly the population of black-necked swans. It has an area of 112.5 km². The lagoon is situated in the Patagonian steppe, surrounded by hills and gorges.
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