iif you want to know the past of Chile you must to go to "el museo de la memoria"
You can't visit Santiago without checking out the Museum of Memory and Human Rights. It's an absolute must! The museum focuses on the coup of 1973, the dictatorship and the thousands of Chilean people who were tortured and "disappeared" during the Pinochet regime. The impact of the dictatorship is…
The Museum of Memory and Human Rights is a must for us. The Museum shows with great beauty and interactively an essential and painful part of the recent history of Chile. You can see the rise of the UP (Unidad Popular) and the mystique that accompanied it, the government of Salvador Allende, the…
para conocer de la historia reciente de Chile.Por la memoria de los caídos en Dictadura.
“Best museum in Santiago dedicated to major pe-Columbian cultures, a must see place while in Santiago.”
“The Costanera Center is a business and commercial complex that includes a six-floor shopping mall, the Gran Torre Santiago and three other skyscrapers – two high-end hotels and an office building. The complex is located in the commune of Providencia, Santiago, Chile, and is owned by the holding Cencosud. The tallest of the four buildings, the Torre Costanera, was designed by architect César Pelli and is 300 metres (980 ft) tall, making it the tallest building in Latin America and the second tallest in the Southern Hemisphere after Australia's Q1 on the Gold Coast at 322 metres (1,056 ft) tall. Of the two other buildings in the complex, one will be 170 metres (560 ft) high and the other only four stories”
“Peaceful oasis in the middle of the bustling city, beautiful architecture, great historical importance. Make sure you enter through the main entrance on Alameda. Take a walk up to the top for the view over the city. ”
“Parque Forestal is an urban park located two blocks from our department. It is a nice area to go for a walk, ride a bike or just sit on a bench. While there visit the Bellas Artes museum a short walk from the Bellas Artes train station.”