In 1910,  after a long itinerary through different places in Santiago, the Fine Arts Museum landed in its own dreamed palace. In the central hall, under a crystal ceiling, the sculptures maintain a dialog like dramatic artists at a stage…

In 1910,  after a long itinerary through different places in Santiago, the Fine Arts Museum landed in its own dreamed palace. In the central hall, under a crystal ceiling, the sculptures maintain a dialog like dramatic artists at a stage…

For some , the Chilean Pacific is a playground . It is where they connect with the immensity and power of nature on a wave . And Chile is blessed with countless special places for surfing . With this idea as an excuse , we want to show the imaginary of these tows , towns and cities that live every day with the waves and the sea.

For some , the Chilean Pacific is a playground . It is where they connect with the immensity and power of nature on a wave . And Chile is blessed with countless special places for surfing . With this idea as an excuse , we want to show the imaginary of these tows , towns and cities that live every day with the waves and the sea.

The National History Archive preserves in its underground deposits the biggest accumulation of Chilean memory.The passport released by the Chilean Embassy in Paris to Gabriela Mistral and his young nephew “Yin-yin”. Gabriela Mistral is the pen-name of Lucila Godoy Alcayaga, the teacher and poet laureate with the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1945.

The National History Archive preserves in its underground deposits the biggest accumulation of Chilean memory.The passport released by the Chilean Embassy in Paris to Gabriela Mistral and his young nephew “Yin-yin”. Gabriela Mistral is the pen-name of Lucila Godoy Alcayaga, the teacher and poet laureate with the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1945.

Nevados de Chillan, 500 km south of Santiago one of the main Winter Sports spot in Chile.

Nevados de Chillan, 500 km south of Santiago one of the main Winter Sports spot in Chile.

One of the best attributes of the national geography is the minimum distance separating, the capital of Chile, Santiago, with one of the most interesting ports of South America, Valparaiso. And right in the middle, the Casablanca Valley appears as an oasis covered with vines that produce world-class wines. Image: Casas del Bosque Winery.  

One of the best attributes of the national geography is the minimum distance separating, the capital of Chile, Santiago, with one of the most interesting ports of South America, Valparaiso. And right in the middle, the Casablanca Valley appears as an oasis covered with vines that produce world-class wines. Image: Casas del Bosque Winery.

 

Head northwest from Santiago for 73-miles — practically cross-country in the world’s narrowest nation — and arrive in this port-city best described by its famous former resident, Poet Nobel Laureate, Pablo Neruda: “Valparaiso, how absurd you are…you haven’t combed your hair, you’ve never had time to get dressed, life has always surprised you.” Mural "La abuela" by French artists Ella & Pitr.

Head northwest from Santiago for 73-miles — practically cross-country in the world’s narrowest nation — and arrive in this port-city best described by its famous former resident, Poet Nobel Laureate, Pablo Neruda: “Valparaiso, how absurd you are…you haven’t combed your hair, you’ve never had time to get dressed, life has always surprised you.” Mural "La abuela" by French artists Ella & Pitr.

The National Park Alberto de Agostini in Patagonia covers 14,600 km2 ( 5,637 square miles ) and includes the Cordillera Darwin, which is the final stretch of the Andes before it becomes a mountain range that plunge into the Pacific Ocean and the Beagle Channel . The region was visited by Charles Darwin, who met the fueguinos native peoples in the Murray Canal, the Fuegian peoples include Selk'nam, Haouch, Manek'enk and Yagan, the last inhabited about 10,000 years ago the land along of the Chanel. 

The National Park Alberto de Agostini in Patagonia covers 14,600 km2 ( 5,637 square miles ) and includes the Cordillera Darwin, which is the final stretch of the Andes before it becomes a mountain range that plunge into the Pacific Ocean and the Beagle Channel . The region was visited by Charles Darwin, who met the fueguinos native peoples in the Murray Canal, the Fuegian peoples include Selk'nam, Haouch, Manek'enk and Yagan, the last inhabited about 10,000 years ago the land along of the Chanel.