MUSEUM OF MEMORY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Chile's record of human rights hasn't generally been stellar, henceforth the Museum of Memory and Human Rights. Open for a couple of years, the historical center is a commemoration to Chileans who had their rights disregarded amid the Pinochet administration (1973 – 1990). In maybe an unexpected wind, Chile's then-President Michelle Bachelet, a casualty of Pinochet's torment, laid the exhibition hall's first stone in 2008.
SANTIAGO METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL
Where prior basilicas in Santiago have been demolished by seismic tremors, the Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral has remained on the Plaza de Armas for over 260 years. Development initially started in 1748 and the church has overwhelmed the square from that point forward. The stone neoclassical house of God is viewed as extraordinary compared to other cases of religious engineering in South America.
CERRO SAN CRISTOBAL
Cerro San Cristobal is a slope in northern Santiago that ascents over the city, giving some really incredible perspectives. Spanish conquistadors named it for Saint Christopher. At the best you'll discover an observatory and a statue of the Virgin Mary, some portion of an asylum devoted to the Immaculate Conception. Pope John Paul II favored the Santiago at a little house of prayer at the haven.