This beautiful green area, including the hills of San Cristóbal, Chacarillas, Gemelos and Pirámide, occupies ... More
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 transformed it into a public area. The summit is 860 meters above sea level, crowned by 14 meter tall statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception. This is a favorite spot for a Sunday outing, whether on foot, bicycle, car or funicular. There is a zoo, two swimming pools, picnic areas, restaurants, children's play area, a chapel and botanical gardens, all with their own hours of operation. For a full view of Santiago, go all the way up to the summit. On a clear day it's possible to see the snowy Andean peaks in all their splendor.
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 ...
Bicentennial Park (Parque Bicentenario) was opened in 2007 in the Vitacura neighborhood of Santiago. The headquarters of the Vitacura Municipality
are in the heart of the park and there is a restaurant in its far eastern end, manmade lakes ...
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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