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Works by Pablo Neruda

Works by Pablo Neruda

Pablo Neruda’s selected work: 1923 – Crepusculario – Book of Twilight 1924 – Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada.  Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair. Poem. 1924 – Paginas escogidas de Anatole France. Anthology. 1926 – Tentativa del hombre infinito.  The Trying of Infinite Man. Santiago: Nascimento 1926 – Anillos. Rings. Poem. Santiago: Nascimento. 1926 – El habitante y su esperanza. The Habitant and his hope. Prose. Santiago: Nascimento. 1933 – El hondero entusiasta. Santiago: Empresa Letras. 1933 – … Read entire article »

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Universities, History and Arts

Universities and Research Centers Center for Latin American studies – Harvard University. Stanford University Center for Latin American Studies. Boston University Latin American Studies Latin American Studies Association   Art sites Canvas art We are specialists in canvas prints, canvas art, wall art, canvas stretching, canvas mounting and photos being transferred to canvas. We use digital printing technology to enable us to produce the highest quality stretched canvas prints online in the UK. Canvas prints We are specialists in canvas prints, canvas art, wall art, canvas stretching, canvas mounting and photos being transferred to canvas. We use digital printing technology to enable us to produce the highest quality stretched canvas prints online in the UK. step by step on how to draw   E.Movileanu Art: Complete Guide step by step for beginners,kids and more experienced people. Wall art We are specialists … Read entire article »

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Public Holidays in Chile

Public Holidays in Chile

Most are related to religion, in particular the Catholic religion, and historical events. More than 70% of the is Roman Catholic. Over the past few decades the Evangelical and Protestant faiths have been gaining ground accounting for 15% of the population who declare themselves as belonging to those religions according to Chile’s National Statistics Institute (INE). To recognize their increasing importance in 2008 the government established a new official public holiday, Reformation Day, … Read entire article »

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Chile Highlights – What not to miss when in Chile

Chile Highlights – What not to miss when in Chile

Our team at ChileCulture has compile a list of highlights of Chile. This list contains memorable and important places and cultural insights of Chile. Parque Nacional Torres del Paine This spectacular park is located in the Patagonia region and draws tourism to southern Chile. The national park comprises 18,414 hectares of forest, glacial lakes and some of the Andes’ youngest peaks. Over million of years water, snow, wind and ice have eroded the terrain creating Torres … Read entire article »

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Easter Island Weather

Easter Island Weather

Located in the South Pacific  Easter Island enjoys a subtropical climate. Summer is from January to March when the temperatures sore to an average high of 26°C / 79°F, temperatures fluctuate from 20°C° / 68°F to a high of 28°C / 82°F. The coolest months are from July to September when temperatures drop to an average low of 16°C / 61°F. Ocean currents, winds and precipitation strongly affect the island’s climate. The highest precipitation occurs … Read entire article »

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Tierra del Fuego National Park

Tierra del Fuego National Park

Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego stretches along the border with Chile and protects more than 63,000 hectares of beech forest, jagged mountains and glaciers, lakes, sub Antartic tundra, local flora and fauna and coastline. Climate in the park is maritime with high winds. Its elevation ranges from sea level to its highest point at 1,450 meters / 4,757  on the summit of Monte Vinciguerra. The park extends from the Beagle Channel and to the north across … Read entire article »

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What to do in Tierra del Fuego?

As one of the least inhabited areas of South America and cut off from the mainland by the Strait of Magellan, nature in Tierra del Fuego is virtually unspoiled, save for a few spots of oil exploration and mining extraction. Porvenir The capital and the largest city of the province of Chilean Tierra del Fuego is Porvenir with a population of 6,400. The second largest city is Cerro Sombrero, an oil town located 125 km or 78 miles from Porvenir. Porvenir was founded in 1894 as a result of a gold rush, today some gold deposits remain to be mined but not in a large scale as in the past. Many of the inhabitants are descendants of Yugoslavian immigrants who came to the island at the end of the 19th century following … Read entire article »

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Santiago Weather

Santiago Weather

The city of Santiago is located at an elevation of 1,555 feet or 475 meters above sea level and its geographical coordinates are: latitude:33 23S and longitude 070 47W. The following is a table of high, low and average temperatures and  rainfall by month for the capital city Santiago.   … Read entire article »

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Tierra del Fuego Weather

Tierra del Fuego Weather

Puerto Williams is the world’s southernmost town and it is located  on Chilean territory. Puerto Williams gives the most representative weather of   … Read entire article »

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Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego Province is Chile’s southernmost region; it is one of the four provinces in the south Chilean region of Magallanes and Antártica Chilena. The Island was discovered by Ferdinand Magellan, a Portuguese explorer, who called it Tierra del Fuego because of his observation of bonfires on the shores of the island set by the Ona Indians. Puerto Williams is the world’s southernmost town.   As one travels to Tierra del Fuego, south of Puerto Montt, the … Read entire article »

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