Funicular do Cerro San Cristóbal @ Santiago, Chile

Santiago – Cerro San Cristóbal e o Museu La Chascona

Santiago, Chile. This is the view as you drive into the city from the North East. Nano10

Santiago, Chile. This is the view as you drive into the city from the North East. Nano10

Comandancia en Jefe de la Armada y Monumentos a los Héroes de Iquique by Armada de Chile, via Flickr

Comandancia en Jefe de la Armada y Monumentos a los Héroes de Iquique by Armada de Chile, via Flickr

Santiago, Chile con su cordillera de Los Andes

Santiago, Chile con su cordillera de Los Andes

La Chascona (Chile). 'Pablo Neruda’s Santiago house, built at the foot of Cerro San Cristobal, paid tribute to two of his great loves: his wife Matilde (the name ‘La Chascona’ refers to her unruly hair) and the sea. No matter that this house, unlike his others in Chile, is nowhere near the ocean – the living room feels like a lighthouse, while the dining room resembles a ship’s cabin.'

La Chascona (Chile). 'Pablo Neruda’s Santiago house, built at the foot of Cerro San Cristobal, paid tribute to two of his great loves: his wife Matilde (the name ‘La Chascona’ refers to her unruly hair) and the sea. No matter that this house, unlike his others in Chile, is nowhere near the ocean – the living room feels like a lighthouse, while the dining room resembles a ship’s cabin.'

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