If anyone told me before I watched this video that cars go up through this road I would never believe it. Because there is no road.
This mountain path is so scary and risky people don't go there normally. This guy here riding a bike on a good speed there.
Only when the driver tried and failed, he realized he should not have done that. But it was very late by that time.
He surely can say he is the man because they are not a lot of people in the world who can catch a fish using nothing but his hands.
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.
He was lucky and skilled to not crash into the bus. He was lucky he didn't need to hit the breaks because he has none.
It is not some child's play to go against the strong current of a flood. This woman got a very bad headshot and she was washing away with the current.
That tent was in the wrong place at the wrong time, the helicopter was doing just fine. People started panicking and running for their life.
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.
There are some jobs that people kill to get, and then there are ones that kill the people who get it. This is certainly the second.
Amidst all the chaos that Hurricane Irma has caused there is a sense of positivity coming out from people such as these, who are enjoying this weather.
Glass buildings in Santiago, Chile
Barrio Concha y Toro is a barrio located in Santiago, Chile. The neighborhood has a medieval-like street plan, whose design was influenced by the ideas of Camillo Sitte. The houses are built on the former site of the Díaz Gana Palace's park, which was divided into lots in 1915. The district's boundaries are defined by Brasil Avenue, Avenida Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins, Cumming Avenue, Romero Street, Maturana Street and Erasmo Escala Street.
Av. Compania de Jesus in Santiago, Chile
Tourists are often in their adventurous self-trying out things which they shouldn't, like this girl who got swallowed by the deadly rocks.
The guy in this video is lucky to be alive after the deadly backflip. He almost slipped.
The Republic neighborhood is very important in the history of Santiago. To the area came dozens of families enriched by the saltpeter industry, to build magnificent mansions and thereby demonstrate their social ascent.
This is how it becomes an elite neighborhood articulated around the elegant Club Hípico and Parque O'Higgins (built by the Cousiño family, owners of the renowned Viña Cousiño Macul ).