The 1970s were times of great change in South America, with peasants and workers organizing for what they thought was a better life, looking up to communism. This was a severe threat to American corporate interests, and Salvador Allende, (Chile's President before the coup d'état) was a socialist on…
When I lived in Chile, I ate empanadas pretty regularly. I like them with cheese inside, but they come with a lot of different things inside. I still make them here in the States sometimes.
They also serve a lot of sea food; with such a long coast, I think that makes sense.
There are als…
The Mapuche, or the Araucanians, as they were called by the Spaniards, in southern Chile resisted Spanish conquest for over 300 years.
Chile is located in South America.
"The Republic of Chile is a country in South America occupying a
long, narrow coastal strip between the Andes mountains to the east
and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north,
Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, …
white= snow of the andes
blue= the blue of the skies
red= the blood of the patriots that fought for independence
Chile's main export is copper.
Important dates in Chilean independence:
The Chilean War of Independence began on September 18,
The country proclaimed itself independent of Spain on February
The last royalists were expelled from the mainland in
Spanish troops remained on an archipelago until surrendering in…
Chile was founded in October 26, 1540. When Pedro de Valdiva took posesion of Copiapó Valley in the name of the Spanish king, after crossing the Atacama desert with 1200 men. Luis de Cartagena acted as notary and certified this. However, it was February 12th, 1541 when the capital Santiago was foun…
Traditionally, Chile is known for its wine and copper. Mining has been part of the Chilean history, economy, and culture since shortly after the beginning of the Spanish rule. The majority of the mining took place in the Northern part of the country, By 1830, Chile was the fourth largest producer of…
my god how it can be zero cities in Chile xD? there are 15 cities in Chile Santiago AntofagastaAricaChillanConcepcionCoquimboIquiqueOsornoPuerto MonttPunta ArenasRancaguaTalcaTemucoValdiviaValparaiso
this is a popular food in chile it is the most yumest food ever go to chile now for some great food: Anrollado, chunks of pork wrapped in pork fat smothered in red aji!
Chileans wears common clothes: jeans, vests, shirts, skirts, jackets, shoes, etc. There are two characteristics in clothes of Chilean women, most of them prefer dark colors, they prefer simple shapes and don't tend to show their legs. Some people say that this is due to the cold weather in Chile. …
A chileann means an ugly girl.
The capital city of Chile is Santiago. (Santiago de Chile)
there will be a great danger
Chile is a country in South America. The Chilean president is Sebastian Pinera.
Chile has a republic government.Chile's government is a multiparty democracy in which the President
is elected. The President is both the head of state and the head of
government. There is also a judicial branch and a congress.A republic...
The US gained independence from Great Britain on July 4, 1776.
1 dollar = about 500 pesos
that was before now 1 dollar = about 650 pesos
The original 13 colonies gained their independence from Great Britain.
Later other states such as California, Texas, Florida, New Mexico gained their independence from Spain.
Alaska was bought from Russia.
Many of the mid-west states (Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakotas, etc) came a…
Yes, Spanish is the official language of the Republic of Chile.
Other languages spoken there are Mapuche or Mapudungun, Quechua, Aimara and Rapa Nui (in Easter Island).
The town on Vina Del Mar can be reached from Santiago, Chile by
train. The railroad was constructed to connect these two cities.
was president from Chile in the 80's whom was being accused of stealing the governments money and for comiting atroceties with his own people.
We are known for being the thinnest and longest country in the world. Did you know that Chile owns a part of Antarctica?! Being Chilean rocks!! Ans 2. Chile is not the thinnest country in the world; there is a part of Norway (about a third of the way up going from south to north) where the western b…
16,746,491As of an estimate from July 2008, the population of Chile is 16,454,143.
Chile was discovered by the Spanish explorer Diego de Almagro in 1536.
Spain has many regions and each region has it's own favorite dishes. Spaniards as a group eat lots of potatoes, garbanzos, rice, fish, chicken and fresh fruits and vegetables. In fact, almost all fruits and vegetables are purchased fresh. Sausages, cheeses, and cured meats are also very popular. Ho…
The population in 2012 was 6.027 Million.
The average flight time is 1 hour, 23 minutes. This is only an approximation and flight times are likely to vary. Your airline will provide you with a flight time when you book a flight.
Papá y mamá, papi y mami (dad and mom)
Salvador Allende (1908-1973) was a Chilean politician and former
President of Chile. He was a Socialist, but not a Communist.
Regardless, the United States believed him to be a threat in that
he could turn Chile from be Pro-American to being Pro-Soviet. As a
result, the United States supported Gener…
Chile has a very diverse landscape. It's a Spanish speaking country and it's known as the country of poets. Chile is very fun and there's lot of things to do there, but one environmental problem is there is too much deforestation, cutting down trees and forests.
July 7, 1776
The legislative building (capitol) of Chile is located in Santiago
(the capital, or capital city).
Asado, carbonada, puchero, sopa a la criolla, noquis, arroz con pollo, puchero de gallina, locro, empanada de humita are all native dishes from Chile. We eat normal food likechicken, soups, spaghetti, pizza, hamburgers, just because we are in south America doesn't mean we can't eat these foods. We a…
Corn, Canola, Soy Bean, Beet Root, Potato, Melon (:
Chile is the country in which Chileans live.
Some interesting things in Chile is thay had there first woman president in 2006. They also won Bolivia's only outlet to the sea in the war of the Pacific.
Yes it is on the east side
White stand for the snow covered Andes. Red stands for the blood of patriots that fought for indpendence. Blue stands for the blue sky and sea. The white five-pointed star stands for a guide to progress and honor.
Yes it is in South America.
Chile is in South America.
Chile, South America. Cape Horn makes up the southern most tip of Chile in a region called Tierra del Fuego. Tip: Double-click on any of the words in the answer for a more detailed explanation.
Chile (it's in South America) is the country in which Chileans
they both begin with "C" - sorry - that's all I got!
If you're talking city proper, than it's Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa, Edmonton- in that order.
If talking metropolitan area than its Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton.
Chile was once a Spanish colony. Their language is not Spanish, but Chilenisimo, a combination of Spanish and Mapudungun, the native language.
They work. According to the 2002 Census the majority of the population (67%) is dedicated to the tertiary sector (also known as the service sector or the service industry), after that is the secondary sector (Transformation of raw materials through production processes) with a 21% and last primary s…
Since there are two mountain ranges in Chile (the Andes and the Coast range) there are plenty of mountains. The higher mountain (actually is a volcano) is in the Andes mountain range, and it is called 'Ojos del Salado'. It is the highest volcano in the world and the 2nd highest peak in South America…
Physical geographical elements include natural formations such as mountains, volcanoes and gorges. A physical element of Chile would be the famous mountain range, the Andes.
Verónica Michelle Bachelet Jeria is the President
of Chile. She was the first female President of Chile from 2006
March 11 to 2010 March 11, and was re-elected for the 2014 - 2018
term. Chile's presidents are not re-electable immediately.
anyone who loves dogs
Yes. Chile is the longest country north-to-south in the Americas, and includes the southern part of South America's Pacific coast.
Cape Horn is in Chile, but it is at the southern most tip of the
South America, right near Antarctica.
All sorts of music but mostly reggaeton.
Chile speaks Spanish, so yes is "si' (with an accent).
1. To help each other when they need you, no matter where, who and when.2. To do your best and try to trust each other.3. To believe in the bond you have in your family.
It would take about four hours if you could fly non-stop. However Ushuaia is NOT in Chile, but Argentina, and you would probably have to change planes.
There was an election, then a run-off election and she beat the now current President Sebastián Piñera with 53% of the vote.
im not quite sure (:
I Don't know
Brazil is the longest country in South America.
The GNP of Chile in 2005 was $95.6 billion dollars.
Ha cesado la lucha sangrienta;
Ya es hermano el que ayer invasor;
De tres siglos lavamos la afrenta
Combatiendo en el campo de honor.
El que ayer doblegábase esclavo
Libre al fin y triunfante se ve;
Libertad es la herencia del bravo,
La Victoria se humilla a sus pies. Coro Dulce Patria, reci…
Chileans are the people who live in Chile. Chile is a country in South America. It is long and thin and runs down the West coast of the continent. The capital of Chile is Santiago.
costarica is the second longest contry........
Anacleto Angelini, before his death
The language of Chile originated in the nation of Spain. The
primary language of the long and think country in South America is
Chile's vice president of the Piñera administration is Rodrigo Hinzpeter. In the document attached, you can see the decree 839, where he assumes as vice president.
Modern Saudi Arabia became independent in 1902 by King Abdul Aziz
Chile is the longest country (north-south) in South America
Chile main export is agricultrue and forestry
The official language of Chile is Spanish. There are also some
indigenous Indian languages spoken in Chile.
No, Brazil is the largest country North to South extending 4,395 km (2,731 mi) from north to south, while Chile lenght is 4,270 km (2,653 mi) . Russia has the maximum East-West extent with 7,700 km (4,800 miles)
The Strait of Magellan
The Mapuche Indians.
They celebrate it very similar to the U.S. They decorate their trees, hang stockings, spend time with family, and have big feasts which usually include most Chilean foods and others like Cola de Mono, a.k.a. Monkey's Tail, which is a drink that includes coffee, milk, and liquor. Another is Pan de Pa…
The official language of Chile is Spanish (Español). It is also the
The 10 other languages spoken in Chile are:
1. Aymara, Central
2. Chilean Sign Language
8. Quechua, Chilean
9. Rapa Nui
Cha Rang Valley is north west of Qui Nhon Vietnam. I was stationed there in 67-68. All I really remember is that is is north of Qui Nhon on Highway 1. I don't remember how far up the road. It is in the Binh Din provence. I was there with the US Army 98th LEM (68-69). Our base camp included monkey mo…
Brazil is so much larger than Chile.
Uhmm well...the pipes that they put through lakes or any water area through Chile
Chile's most popular export is copper; however, non-mineral exports have been making up a good percentage of the exports. Some of the non-mineral exports are forestry, wood products, fresh food, seafood and other products.
Santiago is the capital of Chile. Chile is in the continent of South America.
Viejo Pascuero ("Old Man Christmas")
Santiago, Chile: 33° 26′ 0″ S, 70° 40′ 0″ W-33.433333, -70.666667
santa comes and people throw apples at unicorns
It should take you by plane, 9 hours and 57 minutes.
Peru on the north, Argentina on the east and Bolivia on the