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  2. Santiago - Wikipedia

    Santiago is the political and financial center of Chile and is home to the regional headquarters of many multinational corporations. The Chilean executive and judiciary branches are based in Santiago, while the Congress mostly meets in nearby Valparaíso . Nomenclature [ edit] Municipality of Santiago Commune

  3. Santiago travel - Lonely Planet | Chile, South America

    Surprising, cosmopolitan, energetic, sophisticated and worldly, Santiago is a city of syncopated cultural currents, madhouse parties, expansive museums and top-flight restaurants. No wonder 40% of Chileans call the leafy capital city home. It's a wonderful place for strolling, and each neighborhood has its unique flavor and tone.

  4. Santiago Travel Guide - National Geographic

    Located in the middle of a valley, surrounded by mountains, and crossed by a river, Santiago—Chile's capital—is emerging as a vibrant and cosmopolitan city. Its strategic location allows you to...

  5. Santiago - Chile Travel

    Santiago captivates with its assorted panoramas and its versatility. The Chilean capital fills with life all those that visit. Lose yourself in its streets to find original art galleries, innovative design stores and arts & crafts fairs, as well as restaurants, bars and coffee shops.

  6. Santiago | History, Map, Population, & Facts | Britannica

    Santiago, capital of Chile. It lies on the canalized Mapocho River, with views of high Andean peaks to the east. The city was founded as Santiago del Nuevo Extremo (“Santiago of the New Frontier”) in 1541 by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Valdivia.

  7. 19 Best Things To Do in Santiago - U.S. News & World Report

    19 Best Things To Do in Santiago Updated April 14, 2021 Dramatic vistas at every turn – from San Cristóbal 's hilltop views to the Andes' snow-covered slopes – and impressive skyscrapers,...

  8. Santiago (name) - Wikipedia

    Santiago, (also San Iago, San Tiago, Santyago, Sant-Yago, San Thiago) is a male Spanish name that derives from the Hebrew name Jacob ( Ya'akov) via "Sant Iago", "Sant Yago", "Santo Iago", or "Santo Yago", first used to denote Saint James the Great, the brother of John the Apostle. [1]