Situated at the top of mount San Cristóbal, this park has a pleasant climate and a family-friendly environment. Apart ... More
Situated at the top of mount San Cristóbal, this park has a pleasant climate and a family-friendly environment. Apart from its three large swimming pools, it has a zoo and cable car, and it offers excellent views of Santiago. Admission is 5,500 pesos Monday-Friday and 6,000 pesos weekends and holidays. Children pay 3,500 pesos during the week. The park is closed on Wednesdays.
In 1820 Bernardo O'Higgins set aside 85 hectares of land for the foundation of this cemetery. There are some large
lavish mausoleums to be seen, as well as simple tombs that are surrounded by leafy trees, gardens and lanes ...
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 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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