Indigenous cultures and peoples, which for centuries avoided contact with the European explorers, were finally colonized by the Spaniards that came to South America in search of riches and glory for their Crown. The Kings of the Old Continent, the Conquests and Reconquests gave way to the country’s founding fathers. The territory became a Republic and today celebrates a little more than 200 years of independence.
Chile has the world’s second largest swimming pool! It is the length of 20 Olympic-sized and holds 66 million gallons of water.
Chile is the second longest country in the world after Brazil that stretches from North to South
Every one out of 3 people in Chile lives in Santiago.
The Atacama Desert, which is located in the north of the country, is the driest non-polar desert in the world. There are areas of this desert that go hundreds of years without receiving any rain at all
Chile is located along the Pacific Ring of Fire and counts about 3,000 volcanoes. 36 volcanos in Chile are active.
Chile is the one of world’s largest exporter of wine.
National liquor in Chile is called “pisco”. It is a type a brandy produced in Chile’s Atacama and Coquimbo Regions.
There are six UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Chile: the Churches of Chiloe, the Historic Quarter of the Seaport City of Valparaíso, Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works, Qhapaq Nan, Andean Road System, Rapa Nui National Park and Sewell Mining Town.
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