The beauty of this construction is in its simple lines and the height of the Bavarian Baroque style brick towers. The church ... More
Iglesia de Santo Domingo
The beauty of this construction is in its simple lines and the height of the Bavarian Baroque style brick towers. The church is a neoclassical style with Creole influence. The first stone was laid in 1747 and it was built by the architect Juan de los Santos Vasconcellos. Later, in 1795 and 1796, the work was transferred to the architect Joaquín Toesca. Inside you can appreciate its largeness and moderation. Besides the colonial paintings on the inside you can learn more about the life of Santo Domingo, the church's namesake.
Plaza de La Consitucion is a large, panoramic plaza located in front of the Palacio de la Moneda, home of
the Chilean government, right in the heart of the city. Along with the monument to Diego Portales, an important ...
This attractive museum was installed in the Real Aduana building, which was built in 1805 and 1807. Now it hosts
important traveling exhibitions such as "the Gold of Perú" that brought in a large number of visitors. Permanent exhibits ...
This building dates back to 1905 and 1912, and was constructed by the architect Emilio Jequier as a station for
trains going to Valparaiso and the Argentine city of Mendoza. It has eye catching masonry and design. In 1987 ...
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