The rain in Atacama is a marvel: this is the incredible phenomenon of the "flowerful desert"

The Atacama is said to be the driest desert in the world. It rains so little that, when it does so in a somewhat more remarkable way, its (microscopic) inhabitants are devastated. But the curious thing about this desert, with this record, is that it also suffers a wonderful cyclical phenomenon that fills with flowers.

Atacama has an approximate area of ​​105,000 square kilometers and has an annual rainfall rate below 254 millimeters, having even registered periods of up to 400 years without rain in its central zone. But throughout that area there are areas that are somewhat more conducive to experiencing rains and when they abound, magic (or science, depending on how you look at it) occurs.