San Antonio street

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Historically known as Calle Licenciado Pastene. This street was named […]

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Catedral street

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Formerly called Calle de La Catedral (Cathedral Street). The Cathedral […]

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Compañía street

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Formerly called Calle de La Compañía. In 1593 there used […]

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Bandera street

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Overview Historically known as Calle de la Bandera (Street of […]

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21 de Mayo street

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Historically known as La Nevería street. Extending from Plaza de […]

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Agustinas street

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Formerly called Calle de Las Agustinas. It owes its name […]

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Merced street

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Historically known as Calle de la Merced. This street took […]

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Mac Iver street

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Historically known as the Calle de las Claras. Two convents […]

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Morandé street

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In 1720, the married couple formed by Juan Francisco Briand […]

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Erasmo Escala, Old “Galán de la Burra” (prince of the donkey) street.

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On its over one kilometer extension, Erasmo Escala Street goes […]

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San Antonio de Padua Carnival

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In its different versions, attendees have enjoyed in Plaza Bogotá, […]

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Edificio Ex Hotel Mundial

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Overview Set in Santiago’s financial quarter, this building was erected […]

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Basí­lica del Corazón de Marí­a

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Overview This church, Neoclassical Renaissance style, it is located in […]

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Calle Victoria Subercaseaux

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This street border the Santa Lucia hill for its eastern […]

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Calle José Miguel de La Barra

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This road is born in front of Loreto bridge and […]

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Calle Ismael Valdés Vergara

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This street starts in the Mapocho area and extends along […]

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Calle Franklin

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The history of this street is linked to the origin […]

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Calle Esmeralda

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Next to Forestal Park and close from Plaza de Armas, […]

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Avenida San Diego

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This street was originally the south exit route of Santiago. […]

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Avenida Matucana

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This avenue is the heart of one of the most […]

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Avenida Manuel Antonio Matta

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This street was born in the second decade of the […]

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Avenida Ejército Libertador

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Ejercito Libertador, located between Vergara and Manuel Rodríguez Avenue, it […]

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Churches

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The basilicas, chapels and churches found in the various quarters […]

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Heritage

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Santiago’s tradition is directly echoed in its cultural heritage, the […]

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