To celebrate the National Family Holidays this year we have prepared the best shows and attractions, among which are: Equestrian Squads · Typical Crafts · Skydiving · Competitions · Volantines · Creole Games - Gastronomy · Equestrian Tests · Camping Breakfast · Police Dogs · Children Games · The Patio de la Cueca · Rodeos · Army Black Box · Folklore Ensembles · Chilean Horse Exhibition · Animal Farm and much more.
Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city, sits in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Plaza de Armas, the grand heart of the city’s old colonial core, is home to 2 neoclassical landmarks: the 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, housing the National History Museum, and the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral. La Chascona is the home-turned-museum of poet Pablo Neruda.
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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.
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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.
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 .
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 .
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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.
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 ).
Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos (originally known as Estadio Nacional de Chile) is the national stadium of Chile, and is located in the Ñuñoa district of Santiago. It is the largest stadium in Chile with an official capacity of 48,665.
Construction began in February 1937 and the stadium was inaugurated on December 3, 1938. The architecture was based on the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany.