This beautiful plaza traces back to Pedro de Valdivia and the year 1541, and constitutes the center of Santiago. In that era ... More
Plaza de Armas
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 was taken from the military and has been called that ever since. All distances in the country are measured from this spot today. The beautiful surroundings of the park hold the history of the country, represented by important buildings such as the Real Audiencia and the Home of the Governors of Chile. The city's Cathedral is located on one side of the Plaza. It also holds the equestrian statue of Pedro de Valdivia, founder of Santiago.
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 ...
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 modern art gallery in the Alonso de Córdova district has two floors. It mounts collective and individual exhibitions in
a variety of genres such as painting, sculpture and engraving. The gallery is run by its owner, Isabel Aninat, ...
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