Santiago, Chile,  in a day.
San Cristobal Hill; the statue of the Virgin Mary looks over Santiago
The controversial Gran Torre Santiago, one of the tallest buildings in South America. Viewed from San Cristobal Hill
It's a big city.
There are some attractive older areas
Statues on a roundabout
Plaza de Armas and the Metropolitan Cathedral
The ceiling, Metropolitan Cathedral
The Palacio de la Real Audiencia de Santiago (now the National Museum). Centre left is the central Post Office.
Plaza de Armas - Don Pedro de Valdivia, founder of Santiago in 1541
Paseo Puente, off Plaza de Armas with the central post office on the right
Copper mining is one of Chile's major industries.
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