The Plaza de Armas is the main square of Santiago, the capital of Chile. It is the centerpiece of the initial layout of Santiago. This urban design was accomplished by Pedro de Gamboa, which was appointed by Pedro de Valdivia in 1541.
Valparaiso Cerro Alegre Chile
At the end of 2017, the center of Santiago (Chile) added a new temporary pedestrian promenade. It was Paseo Bandera , a colorful intervention of 400 linear meters by the local office Estudio Victoria , directed by the muralist Dasic Fernández , the gallery owner Esteban Barrera and the architect Juan Carlos López .
Located on San Martin Avenue. Spa that gathers everything necessary for tourists and people of the sector to marvel at its charm, a beach with history, since, it is located next to the old and disarmed Vergara dock, and craft stalls, books and fabrics, giving it a more cultural touch.
The Víctor Jara Intercomunal Park (previously called the Aguada Flood Park and renamed in honor of the Chilean artist Víctor Jara ) is a flooded urban park located parallel to the Zanjón de la Aguada , in the Santiago Metropolitan Region . It crosses the communes of Macul , San Joaquín , San Miguel , Pedro Aguirre Cerda and Santiago Centro , between Vicuña Mackenna Avenue and the Equestrian Club .
Valparaíso is a port city on Chile’s coast. It's known for its steep funiculars and colorful, clifftop homes. La Sebastiana, the quirky former residence of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, is now a museum with far-reaching Pacific views. During the 19th century, an influx of European immigrants left their mark on the city’s architecture and cultural institutions, many of which congregate around downtown’s Plaza Sotomayor.
The gala raised 9 million meals for people in need
A story of life after death and the souls that live on in the people among us
From haircare to skincare and more
New stop-motion animated film about a sasquatch-like creature on a journey to find his long-lost relatives
Freestyle Slalom skating tricks by Gesny Pierre Louis from Haiti
This game set was built by this man playing the game. I am sure his children must be very proud of him.
The Ralli Museums are a private, non-profit institution whose objective is, since its inception, to promote and disseminate the works of Latin American and European artists who make up its great collection. The Ralli Collection is exhibited in an itinerant way in the 5 Ralli Museums: Uruguay, 1988; Chile, 1992; Israel, 1993; Spain, 2000; Israel, 2007.
Tuesday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed on Holidays
Entrance are free
Alonso de Sotomayor 4110
Vitacura, Santiago, Chile
Matta is an underground metro station of Line 3 of the Santiago Metro network, in Santiago, Chile. It is an underground, between the Parque Almagro and Irarrázaval stations on Line 3. It is located at the intersection of Matta Avenue with Santa Rosa Avenue.
Cal y Canto Bridge is a transfer station between Line 2 and Line 3 of the Santiago Metro. Originally named Mapocho, it was renamed to Puente Cal y Canto shortly after its opening. This name is taken from the former bridge on the Mapocho River, whose remains were found during the construction of the station.
The Historical and Military Museum (MHM) is an institutional museum, unique in its kind at a national level, that disseminates the military history framed in the history of Chile, witness of the inseparable link with civility, that allows to understand the past, elucidate the present and glimpse the future. The mission of the MHM is to promote in the society, the knowledge of the military history of Chile and the valuation of the historical cultural heritage of the Army, to contribute to the strengthening of the national identity.
Santiago Metro Line 6 is a line on the Santiago Metro, Santiago, Chile. It connects the commune of Cerrillos, in the south west of the city, with Providence in the east of the city, where most economic activity is concentrated. It has 10 new stations on 15.3 km of track.
Glass buildings in Santiago, Chile