It has been in the same spot since 1541, when Pedro de Valdivia made the plans of the city, though is has been destroyed ... More
Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago
It has been in the same spot since 1541, when Pedro de Valdivia made the plans of the city, though is has been destroyed numerous times by earthquakes. In 1745 the present building was modified and built by Joaquín Toesca using baroque and classical styles. Its two towers were completed at the end of the 19th century. In recent years they found magnificent stone beams inside. The tomb of the first Chilean Cardinal, Jose María Caro, is here.
This beautiful building was completed in 1715 for the Palace of the Rulers of Chile and it was constructed during
Andres de Ustáriz's time in office. Since 1820 it has served as the President of Chile's Palace. In 1882 ...
One of Chile's governors, Jose Antonio Manso de Velasco, used to live in this beautiful colonial style home, which dates
back to the year 1730, and whose large walls are painted in red. In the beginning of the Republic ...
This beautiful plaza traces back to Pedro de Valdivia and the year 1541, and constitutes the center of Santiago. In
that era there was a protected area in the middle of the settlement for guarding the arms. Its name ...