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Here an Alstom NS 74 (centre) begins to leave a metro station, while an Alstom NS 93 (far lower right) is nearing the same metro station.
Archived from the original on 4 December 2008.Retrieved "INE, Chile, 2002 Census".4 A new momentum in the urban development of the capital took place during the so-called "Liberal Republic" and the administration of Mayor Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna.In addition to construction of important buildings, the city began to develop as nearby lands welcomed tens of thousands of livestock.During the 20th century, Santiago experienced a demographic explosion as it absorbed migration from mining camps in northern Chile during the economic crisis of the 1930s.Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil.
"In Progress: Bahá'í Temple of South America / Hariri Pontarini Architects".
When she realized they were being overrun, she ordered the execution of all native prisoners, and proceeded to put their heads on pikes and also threw a few heads to the natives.
The system, however, had serious issues with routes overlapping, high levels of air and noise pollution, and safety problems for both riders and drivers.
The team plays its home games in the Estadio Nacional lotto rheinland-pfalz gmbh notificaciones de Chile in the commune of Ñuñoa.
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Santiago is also served by Eulogio Sánchez Airport (icao: sctb a small, privately owned general aviation airport in the commune of La Reina.
In 1851 the first telegraph system connecting the capital with the Port of Valparaíso was inaugurated.Other non-free flow toll roads connecting Santiago to other cities, include: Rutas del Pacífico ( Ruta 68 the continuation of the Alameda Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins Avenue to the west, provides direct access to Valparaíso and Viña del Mar; Autopista del Sol (Ruta 78 connects.Provides buses to all destinations in Chile and to some towns around Santiago.Both of these constructions consisted of mainly adobe and stone.The population surged again via migration from rural sectors between 19This migration was coupled with high fertility rates, and annual growth reached.1960."Elemental concentrations of ambient particles and cause specific mortality in Santiago, Chile : a time series study".It is closed for maintenance on Mondays.
Provides buses to south of Chile and some northern cities, as well as Argentina (Mendoza and Buenos Aires) and Paraguay (Asunción).
The city has a downtown core of 19th-century neoclassical architecture and winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic, and other styles.
The 1647 Santiago earthquake devastated the city, and inspired Heinrich von Kleist 's novel, The Earthquake In Chile.