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Santiago Stopover City Tour
"Discover the classic attractions of Santiago the Chilean capital on a personalized guided tour. Situated in the country’s central valley and home to 7 million people Santiago’s rapid economic growth has made it one of South America’s most developed cities. Its unique urban environment artfully unites classic and modern.Experience Chile´s rich cultural heritage through the city’s monuments including the Plaza de Armas (the main square) Santa Lucia Hill La Moneda (the Government Palace)
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Santiago Half-Day City Tour
"Your guide and driver will pick you up from your centrally located hotel in Santiago to start the tour. You will head to visit the main attractions of the city including Cerro Santa Lucia Classic Quarter in Historic Santiago La Moneda Palace the Municipality of Santiago the National Historical Museum the Santiago Cathedral (Catedral de Santiago) and more. During the tour your knowledgeable guide will tell you all about the different advances
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Santiago Walking Tour: Food Tastings and Markets Including Lunch
"Meet your guide at La Moneda Palace in the Plaza de la Constitución to kick off your 4-hour tour of Santiago that pairs sumptuous food tastings with incredible city views. You’ll travel by foot and take the metro to visit markets and historic neighborhoo pass by the Iglesia San Francisco and Teatro Municipal. Stroll through Plaza de Armas and admire the Metropolitan Cathedral and Correo Central the old post office.Wander through the wrought-iron fish market of Mercado Central a popular spot to grab lunch on-the-go. Sample four types of typical Chilean cuisine both savory and sweet like seafood empanadas and corn pie and wash it down with a pisco sour. Next
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Changing Of The Guard At La Moneda

Changing of the guard at the Palacio de Moneda. This happens at 10AM every other day. Its quite elaborate and includes a military band along with the guard troops themselves. Check before you come as...
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Jim_Eliason
Dec 17, 2016

Changing of the Guards in La Moneda

La Moneda is a palace built during colonial spanish times (works started in 1785) by an italian architect, Joaquín Toesca.You can visit it inside, and the patio de los cañones.I was lucky to be there...
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jorgejuansanchez
Dec 17, 2015

Palacio de La Moneda

La Moneda, is the seat of the President of the Republic of Chile and houses the offices of three cabinet ministers. It was originally built as the colonial mint with construction starting in 1784. The...
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al2401
Jan 07, 2012

Palicio La Moneda

La Moneda faces the Plaza de la Constitucion. Palicio de la Moneda is the presidential palace and was known worldwide for the military coup in 1973 that brought the former dictator, Pinochet, to power...
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spidermiss
Aug 21, 2010

La Moneda

La Moneda was built in 1784. I t was designed by the same Italian architect who designed the Cathedral, Joaquín Toesca. The building's original purpose was to be the country's official mint, which is...
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iwys
Jan 12, 2009

Military band at Changing of the Guards

The changing of the Guards ceremony was great to see, but I also loved the music played by the military band.During the ceremony they played different marsh music.But then near the end they played a...
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filipdebont
Nov 30, 2008

La Moneda

Palacio La Moneda, the presidential palace, located tat the Plaza de la Constitucion.This imposing building was first used as The Mint, which explains the name : La Moneda.Later on it was used as...
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filipdebont
Nov 15, 2008

Seat of the President of the Republic of Chile

El Palacio de La Moneda is located in what is known as Santiago's civic district, surrounded by different national departments. The construction of this large building began in 1784, following the...
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Jefie
Sep 24, 2008

Santiago's White House

Having been built to function as Santiago's Royal Mint but, following independence, for the next 110 years, from 1848 to 1958, the elegant white palace known as La Moneda was the home of Chile's...
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TheWanderingCamel
Sep 06, 2008

the palace of the president

La Moneda / the Presidential Palace is in the centre of Santiago, well guarded by the official guards in fancy uniforms and you are able to see also the interior of the palace and some innercourts,...
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globetrott
Apr 06, 2008

La Moneda

La Moneda is the Presidential Palace, something of a misnomer since the president doesn't live there at all... it is her office, however. It was here in 1973 that Salvador Allende took refuge when the...
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maddogrick
Feb 12, 2008

Palacio La Moneda

The La Moneda Palace is located downtown Santiago. It is an important historical building in the political history of Santiago, in particular the era of President Salvador Allende's term when the...
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kiwigal_1
Jan 20, 2007
 
 
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Things to Do Near La Moneda

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Universidad de Santa Maria

The Best Place For Study, in Rio Grande So Sul. The Institution has 25 Auditoriums With the Total Capacity to Accommodate 4,177 people. In The Dependences of the CCR, There Are two Bank Branches....
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