Plaza de Armas after sunset in Santiago, Chile
Avenue Cienfuegos in Santiago, Chile
Santa Lucia hill in Santiago, Chile
Avenue Rosario at Las Condes in Santiago, Chile
Avenue New York in Santiago, Chile
North-eastern Santiago is the wealthiest part of the Metropolitan Region, especially areas such as Providencia and Las Condes.
The Ralli Museum in Santiago, Chile
Affluent Las Condes is known for its chic hotels and lively dining scene, ranging from high-end Chilean and Japanese restaurants to fast-food chains. After dark, office workers and locals gather in cocktail bars and traditional pubs. Pueblito Los Dominicos is a market selling handicrafts like jewelry and textiles, plus food specialties. The forested slopes of Aguas de Ramón Park have hiking trails and lookout points.
Welcome to the Museo del Carmen de Maipú, founded in 1956, in order to enhance the link between the devotion to the Virgin of Carmen and the national history, since the votive temple of Maipú was built in response to the fulfillment of the solemn promise that the people of Santiago contracted in April 1818, to build a temple to the Patron Saint of the Chilean Army where the battle to ensure the victory of Chilean arms and consolidate national independence took place.
Portillo is a ski resort in South America, located in the Andes mountains of Chile. In the Valparaíso Region, it is near the city of Los Andes, and 160 km by vehicle from Santiago. Its hotel sits at an elevation of 2,880 m above sea level, and the highest lift reaches 3,310 m.
El Morado glacier... means...The Purple glacier..
From Cajón del Maipo. Pass through San Gabriel and continue on towards Baños Morales. Stay on the main road past Baños Morales and go on towards Termas Valle de Colina. Soon after Baños Morales the paved road will turn to a gravel path in pretty good condition and still suitable for most cars. After some time you will come to a fork in the road. Stay left towards the mine, Mina Yesera...You will eventually come to a small parking lot at the base of the mine, where depending on what type of car you have and weather conditions, you can stop and continue by foot.
Lecio Rosa Ester Alessandri Rodriguez REAR de La Comuna de Independencia en Santiago, Chile.
Thanks To: Profesora Marcela Maga Inostroza