Baños Morales is a town located in the cajón del Maipo in the southeastern zone of the Metropolitan Region of Chile about 92 kilometers from Santiago , at the confluence of the Morales and Volcán rivers , at about 1800 meters above sea level .
Its main tourist attraction is a set of hot springs , which in turn receive the name of Morales Baths. It is also one of the entrance gates to the El Morado Natural Monument , one of the most visited protected areas in all of Chile.
Sewell Ghost Town
The “City of Stairs” sits high in the Andes above the world’s largest underground copper mine.
Situated at 2,000 m in the Andes, 60 km to the east of Rancagua, in an environment marked by extremes of climate, Sewell Mining Town was built by the Braden Copper company in 1905 to house workers at what was to become the world’s largest underground copper mine, El Teniente.
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Metro Line 3 tunnel Chile in Santiago, Chile
This beautiful Chilean beach , located in the south of the commune of El Quisco , in the province of San Antonio, located in the Valparaíso Region . It owes its name to the waves that collide strongly in a peninsula located on the beach, which sound like thunder (" Tralca " is " thunder " in the Mapuche language ).
Brazilian girl cheering her team during Marathon 2019 in Santiago, Chile
El Quisco is a commune and spa town on the central coast of Chile in the province of San Antonio , Valparaíso Region . The commune belongs to the Litoral de las Artes y los Poetas , a cultural space that was forged by the Chilean poets Pablo Neruda , Vicente Huidobro and Nicanor Parra . It limits to the north with Algarrobo , to the east with Casablanca , to the south with El Tabo and to the west with the Pacific Ocean .
El Tabo is a commune and spa town on the central coast of Chile , located in the province of San Antonio in the Valparaíso Region . It includes a coastal territory where a series of spas are located , including El Tabo, El Tabito, El Consistorial, Las Cruces and San Carlos, all of which are very popular in summer due to their proximity (120 km) to Santiago .
The Church of San Saturnino is a Catholic temple located in the Yungay neighborhood , in the city of Santiago , Chile . Work of the architect Teodoro Burchard, was inaugurated in 1887 and bears the name of the patron saint of Santiago against earthquakes .
The decree to build the temple was signed by Archbishop José Alejo Eyzaguirre on August 25, 1844 on land where one of the presidios of Santiago used to operate. The construction was started by the priest Luis Benavente, and was completed by the architect Teodoro Burchard in 1887. Once inaugurated, an image carved in wood of San Saturnino , which was in the Church of San Francisco and was moved from Quito by Bishop Gaspar de Villarroel.
Metro Plaza de Armas Combination L3 and L5 Santiago de Chile
Metro Line 3 Universidad de Chile in Santiago, Chile
The Church of the Precious Blood is a church located in the center of Santiago de Chile , on the northwest side of Plaza Brasil . Its construction was commissioned by Sister María Magdalena Guerrero Larraín in 1873.
The church is of plant in Latin cross. The main nave is decorated with motifs from the stations of the cross . It has a pipe organ built by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll .
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Avenue Apoquindo at Las Condes in Santiago, Chile
Movistar Arena is a 17,000-seat multi-purpose indoor arena in Santiago, Chile. It is located inside O'Higgins Park, in downtown Santiago. Its main structure was built in 1956, but it remained unfinished until 1999 when the roof was completed.
Las Condes is a city of Chile located in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region. The area is inhabited primarily by upper-mid- to high income families, and known in the Chilean collective consciousness as home to the country's economic elite. Most of Las Condes′ commercial activity is situated along Apoquindo Avenue, which is called colloquially "Sanhattan".
Comedian Simon Gibson brings a grab-bag of miscellaneous ingredients to Pot Pie host Brandin LaShea, who uses her intuition and years of training to put together a hummus-glazed, green onion-topped cold noodle dish. The two stay hydrated with plenty of Mood33 infused cannabis drinks as they demonstrate how to cook this magically simple meal that any Pot Pie-head will love.
The Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts, located in Santiago, Chile, is one of the major centers for Chilean art and for broader South American art. Established in 1880, the organization is managed by the "Artistic Union".