This event takes place in the Mapocho Station cultural center, an old railway depot that has been converted into a cultural ... More
Teatro a Mil
This event takes place in the Mapocho Station cultural center, an old railway depot that has been converted into a cultural center. Attendees are treated to a bevy of theatrical productions during the month. The schedule includes performances by clowns, mimes, poets and dancers, as well as dramatic readings, street theatre and other performance art. Teatro a Mil means Theater for a Thousand, as in 'a thousand pesos' or two dollars. Keeping with this populist theme, ticket prices are kept very affordable so that all may attend.
This beautiful green area, including the hills of San Cristóbal, Chacarillas, Gemelos and Pirámide, occupies 722 hectares and is the
largest urban park in the country and one of the largest in the world. In 1926, Mayor Alberto Mackenna ...
In 1785, Joaquín Toesca began construction of the current building. Later after successive earthquakes and fires, it began to be
used as the illustrious Santiago City Hall. On its facade is the outstanding Santiago Coat of Arms, a gift ...
This interesting bohemian neighborhood was once known as part of the Barrio de la Chimba, which in Quiche language means
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