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Santiago the richest and cleanest city in South America


Santiago the richest and cleanest city in South America

Santiago is the capital of Chile and it is the richest and cleanest city in South America.

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Santiago de Chile is the richest city in South America

Santiago de Chile is the richest city in South America. Santiago Hop on - Hop off city tour by Turistik Chile.

Santiago is the most beautiful and richest in Latin America

Santiago is the most beautiful and richest in Latin America

SANTIAGO CHILE The most expensive city in Latin America, 1st day in Santiago chile rec by ZeeShades

A little walk on My 1st day in a most expensive city of latin americas, SANTIAGO DE CHILE. Its safe, Its beautiful, its diverse, its clean, its a combination of Europe and America.
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This video is recorded by Zetronix Zeeshades spy camera glasses.

Santiago de Chile the most developed city in South America

I purposely took multiple similar pictures since the weather was so clear and it was so nice view. I can see the horizon so clear. This picture will be my last one may be since i m sure i wont experience this kind of weather again for many years to come.

Santiago de Chile is the best in South America

The Best of Santiago from San Cristobal hill. Its very rare to enjoy this kind of beautiful weather in Santiago. Since its location in a Valley surrounded by hill and mountains normally very few days of each months we can enjoy this beautiful weather.

Santiago de Chile

Santiago, Chile’s capital and largest city, sits in a valley surrounded by the snow-capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Costanera center is the tallest building in South America.

Santiago, Chile - Providencia, Walking to Costanera Center, the tallest building in South America

October 2016
Santiago, Chile - Walking to Costanera Center, the tallest building in South America

It also has the largest shopping mall in South America. I just found this out.

According to Google and Wikipedia, it says Costanera Center is the tallest building in Latin America. Wikipedia says the shopping mall is the largest in South America.

I've been having problems with my camera not staying level for a couple months now. Sometimes I rotate the video during editing and zoom in. This of course lowers the quality sometimes. I can only rotate the video to a certain extent. So, sometimes it still looks crooked.

Camera: DJI OSMO and DJI Microphone
1080P 60 FPS

Apoquindo avenue at Las Condes in Santiago, Chile

Apoquindo Avenue originates immediately east of Tobalaba Avenue, the main stretch of this street runs eastward from the eastern end of Providencia Avenue at Canal San Carlos to Américo Vespucio Avenue, passing on the way through El Golf neighborhood. Glass fronted buildings rise on both sides of the avenue along this section, it has three lanes each way and wide sidewalks.

Sightseeing in Santiago Chile

In this week's episode we're in the capital of Chile, Santiago. We head out on the town exploring the many hidden corners, we check out some live street performances and take a free walking tour. Check it out!

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The incredible (el increible) Santiago, Chile

Aerial view the incredible (el increible) Santiago, Chile


GoPro Hero5 Session, In this video my friend is just tell me how to use chile metro system and how to survive in chile.

Santiago - Chile - 1/2 april 2017

Santiago - Chile - 1/2 april 2017
Santiago (potocznie Santiago de Chile) – stolica Chile. Miasto położone jest w środkowej części kraju, na przedgórzu andyjskim nad rzeką Mapocho administracyjnie należy do regionu Metropolitana. Santiago jest największym miastem kraju, mieszka tam trzecia część ludności państwa, około 5,4 mln. mieszkańców.
Santiago de Chile , or simply Santiago, is the capital and largest city of Chile as well as one of the largest cities in the Americas. It is the center of Chile's largest and the most densely populated conurbation. The city is entirely located in the country's central valley, at an elevation of 520 m (1,706 ft) above mean sea level.

Founded in 1541, Santiago has been the capital city of Chile since colonial times. The city has a downtown core of 19th century neoclassical architecture and winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic, and other styles. Santiago's cityscape is shaped by several stand-alone hills and the fast-flowing Mapocho River, lined by parks such as Parque Forestal. The Andes Mountains can be seen from most points in the city. These mountains contribute to a considerable smog problem, particularly during winter. The city outskirts are surrounded by vineyards and Santiago is within a few hours of both the mountains and the Pacific Ocean.

Santiago is the cultural, political and financial center of Chile and is home to the regional headquarters of many multinational corporations. The Chilean executive and judiciary are located in Santiago, but Congress meets mostly in nearby Valparaíso. Santiago is named after the biblical figure St. James.

Santiago, llamada también Santiago de Chile,6 es la capital de Chile y7 de la región Metropolitana de Santiago. Es el principal núcleo urbano del país y su área metropolitana se conoce también con el nombre de Gran Santiago.7

La ciudad alberga los principales organismos administrativos, comerciales, culturales, financieros y gubernamentales del país —a excepción del Congreso Nacional,8 la Armada, el Servicio Nacional de Aduanas, el Servicio Nacional de Pesca y el Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes ubicados todos en la ciudad de Valparaíso— y es sede de la Cepal.

Aunque generalmente se concibe como una única ciudad, Santiago no constituye una sola unidad administrativa, sino forma parte del territorio de 37 comunas, de las cuales 26 se encuentran completamente dentro del radio urbano y 11 con alguna parte fuera de él. La mayor parte de la metrópoli se encuentra dentro de la provincia de Santiago, con algunas comunas dentro de las provincias de Cordillera, Maipo y Talagante.

Santiago para a distinguir de cidades homónimas, é a capital e a maior cidade do Chile. Está localizada na Região Metropolitana de Santiago, no vale central chileno, ao lado da cordilheira dos Andes. É o maior e mais importante e desenvolvido centro urbano, financeiro, cultural e administrativo do país. Chamada de Grande Santiago ou simplesmente Santiago, é uma aglomeração que possui 32 comunas de maneira íntegra e 11 comunas de forma parcial. A maior parte de Santiago está na província de mesmo nome, com alguns setores periféricos dentro das províncias de Maipo, Cordillera e Talagante.

No ano de 2002, a conurbação se estendia em 641,4 km² e tinha uma população de 5 428 590 habitantes, o que equivale a cerca de 36% da população total do país naquele ano. De acordo com esses números, Santiago, é efetivamente, a sétima cidade mais populosa da América Latina, a 40.ª do mundo e uma das 45 regiões metropolitanas mais populosas do mundo.

A cidade de Santiago abriga os principais organismos governamentais (à exceção do Congresso Nacional, localizado na cidade de Valparaíso), financeiros, administrativos, comerciais e culturais do Chile. Santiago também é sede da CEPAL, além de ser considerada a terceira capital latino-americana com melhor qualidade de vida, depois de Montevidéu (Montevideu em português europeu) e Buenos Aires, e uma Cidade Global Beta +, segundo estudos da Globalization and World Cities Research Network. Finalmente, é considerada como a 53.ª cidade mais rica do mundo, com um PIB estimado em 93 bilhões USD (93 mil milhões USD em português europeu) em 2005 e que deve chegar a 205 bilhões USD (205 mil milhões USD em português europeu) até 2020.

Cerró San Cristobal Santiago, Chile

Cerro San Cristóbal is a hill in northern Santiago, Chile. It rises 850 meters and about 300 m above the rest of Santiago; the peak is the second highest point in the city, after Cerro Renca. Cerro San Cristóbal was named by the Spanish conquistadors for St Christopher, in recognition of its use as a landmark.

Santiago, Chile First Impressions: Apartment, Airport, Sights & Beginning of Nightlife Vol. 2

My first time in Santiago Chile. Flying from Peru to Chile and checking out the sights. Plaza de Armas, Metropolitan Cathedral, Loft in downtown, food and getting ready for the nightlife. Follow me on Instagram: and Facebook

A day in Santiago

Set on a wide plain near the foot of the Andes, Santiago boasts one of the most dazzling backdrops of any capital city on earth. Chile's capital is a dynamic, modern city where colonial mansions sit among soaring skyscrapers, folk art becomes fashion and Latin and European cultures intertwine. The city is reinventing itself, with arts, nightlife, and restaurant scenes that have never been better, making this thriving and sophisticated metropolis into the civic, cultural, and historical nucleus of the country. Enjoy it all while gazing up at the peaks of snow-dusted Andes range surrounding the city's extremities.

The views onto the towering cordillera after a rainstorm clears the air are magnificent, especially in winter, when the snow-covered peaks rise behind the city like a giant white rampart against the blue sky (though smog, unfortunately, often obscures such vistas).

Santiago is divided into 32 autonomous comunas, most of them squat, flat suburbs stretching out from the centre. The historic centre, in contrast, is compact, manageable, and has a pleasant atmosphere. Part of the appeal comes from the fact that it’s so green: tall, luxuriant trees fill the main square, and there are numerous meticulously landscaped parks.

You can get round many of Santiago’s attractions on foot in two to three days. A tour of the compact core, centered on the bustling Plaza de Armas, should include visits to the Palacio de la Moneda, the excellent Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino and the evocative Museo Colonial, followed by a climb up Cerro Santa Lucía. .

North of downtown, on the other side of the Río Mapocho, it’s an easy funicular ride up Cerro San Cristóbal, whose summit provides unrivalled views. At its foot, Barrio Bellavista is replete with cafés, restaurants, bars and clubs, plus the former home of poet Pablo Neruda, now a wonderful museum.

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timer remote
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Santiago Centro and Surrounds, Chile

Santiago de Chile is the capital city of Chile, and is also the largest city. Santiago is Chile's cultural heart.

Downtown Santiago or Santiago Centro is incredibly vibrant and eclectic, with street performances, a constant of people in dedicated pedestrian zones, and architecture new and old. There are also many restaurants and retail stores here.

There are many significant architecture in Santiago Centro, including Municipalidad de Santiago, Central Post Office Building, and Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago.

If you like to people-watch, do not miss Paseo Ahumada, where it is incredibly colourful and vibrant.

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Amazing View of Santiago city from Gral Blanche hill in Santiago, Chile

Amazing View of Santiago city from Gral Blanche hill in Santiago, Chile

Recolate district the west part of Santiago de Chile where some poor people live.

This footage is taken at Renca city where its located at the west part of Santiago. This area if you see..the middle class and the poor lives here. There are many other city. But i hope this city is good enough to show the poor area. But i still believe its not that poor to consider other city in other countries in South america.



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