Estadio Víctor Jara is an indoor multi-use sports complex located in the western part of Santiago, Chile, near the Estación Central and Alameda Avenue. It was designed in the rationalist style and was opened in 1969 as Estadio Chile (Chile Stadium).
Lo Prado (Spanish pronunciation: [lo ˈpɾaðo]) is a commune of Chile located in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region.
Latitude: -33° 26' 39.48" S
Longitude: -70° 43' 31.87" W
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Estadio Municipal de La Cisterna is a multi-use stadium in Santiago, Chile. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches for Palestino.
Torre Entel (Entel Tower) is the name of a 127.4 metres (418 ft) high TV and telecommunications tower in Santiago, Chile. Torre Entel has an observation deck open for visitors. Construction began in 1970 during Eduardo Frei Montalva term as presiden…
The Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino (English: Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art) is an art museum dedicated to the study and display of pre-Columbian artworks and artifacts from Central and South America. The museum is located in the city centr…
The Chile Open was a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor red clay courts alternately in Viña del Mar and Santiago, Chile.
Estación Alameda (unofficially Estación Central) in Santiago, Chile, is the city's only railway station after the closure of the Estación Mapocho, serving southern Chile (passenger trains no longer serve northern Chile).
The Cementerio General de Santiago, Chile is one of the largest cemeteries in Latin America with an estimated 2 million burials. The cemetery was established in 1821 after Chile's independence when Bernardo O'Higgins inaugurated the Alameda de las D…
La Dehesa is a suburban neighborhood in Lo Barnechea Commune of Santiago, Chile. It borders Las Condes to the south and Vitacura to the east. It is located in a valley near the Andes, in the northeast of the city, north of the Mapocho River.
Independencia (Spanish pronunciation: [indepenˈdensja], Spanish for "independence") is a commune of Chile located in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region.
Huaca de Chena, also known as the Chena Pukara, allegedly one promaucae fortress, rather an astronomic observatory and sacred Huaca, used by them Incas, located on Cucara Point, small orographical eminence that stands out towards the south of Chena …
Estadio Santa Laura is a football stadium in Independencia, Santiago, Chile. It is the home stadium of Unión Española. The stadium holds 22,000 people and was built in 1922. It is a multi-use stadium, also used for concerts.
Estación Mapocho is a former train station that since 1994 has been refitted as a cultural centre that hosts many kinds of events.
Club Hípico de Santiago is a thoroughbred horse race track in Santiago, Chile.
The Chilean National Museum of Natural History (Spanish: Museo Nacional de Historia Natural or MNHN) is one of three national museums in Chile, along with the Museum of Fine Arts and the National History Museum.
Fundación Educacional Santiago College is a private educational (PK-12) institution founded in 1880 and located in Lo Barnechea, Santiago de Chile.
San Joaquín (Spanish for "Saint Joachim") is a commune of Chile located in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region.
The Former National Congress Building (ex Congreso Nacional) is the former home of the Chilean Congress.
Estadio Bicentenario Municipal de La Florida is a multi-purpose stadium, located in La Florida, in eastern Santiago, Chile. It is the home stadium of Chilean football team Audax Italiano.