This museum is located within the San Francisco convent (built in 1628) next to the church, both of which are among the ... More
Colonial Museum of San Francisco
This museum is located within the San Francisco convent (built in 1628) next to the church, both of which are among the oldest remaining buildings in town. In 1969, the museum was opened, sharing some of the space with the convent's monks. Presently, it houses an extensive collection of colonial and religious art in the tranquility of the former convent. The most outstanding pieces are valuable Cusco paintings representing the life of Saint Francis, silver works, religious ornaments and imagery, and oil paintings.
This theater was founded in 1999 and is based in the heart of Providencia, the commercial and financial center of
Santiago. It has two spacious theater halls with capacities of 400 and 150 respectively. The theater puts on both ...
Originally called Huelen "pain, melancholy or sadness" in Mapuche language it was renamed in 1541 by conquistador Pedro de Valdivia,
founder of Santiago. Its hillside started to be transformed in 1872, when plans to turn Santiago into a European ...
The grounds of this park were obtained by the canalization of the Mapocho River in 1891. In 1900 the administrator
Enrique Cousiño began the construction of the Forestal Park with his fellow countryman Jorge Dubois. Many monuments, sculptures, and ...
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