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Chile

The Republic of Chile is on the west side of the South American Andes Mountains from Argentina. It has the world's driest desert and the world's largest Greek overseas community. Typical contributions include questions about the country's ancient artifacts and stone petroglyphs, Croat and German immigrant heritage, Mapuche indigenous culture, Pacific Ocean island possessions, sophisticated city life, stabilized politics, and vast mineral resources.
About 25% of Chile's land is used to growing crops and some place in Chile is used to produce copper, lithium, other minerals, foodstuffs, fish processing, iron and steel, wood and wood products, transport equipment, cement and textiles
  July. (If you are in the Northern Hemisphere): They are in the opposite heisphere so their winter is during our summer. It is basically flipped.   July. (If you are in the Northern Hemisphere): They are in the opposite heisphere so their winter is during our summer. It is basically flipped.
Chile has a fairly strong economy.
They ware Rough work clothing, sandals called alpargatos.
There are 6617 Km (4112 miles) between Mexico City and Santiago, capitals of Mexico and Chile, respectively.
The Pacific Ocean
Some famous Chileans from history are Bernardo O'Higgins, José Miguel Carrera, Salvador Allende, Augusto Pinochet, Pablo Neruda, Víctor Jara, Manuel Rodríguez, Gabriela Mistral, and Violeta Parra.
Santiago, Chile, is on the South American continent.
The current population is 5806
  the eat a lot of things if u kno what i mean
Chile speaks Spanish, english, and france
spaguettis, mashed potatoes, rice, french fries, steaks (meat) is usually to eat at home. Salads: tomatoes, corns, lettuce, carrots are common.Folkloric meats you can find in restaurants: "cazuela de vacuno" (soup with potatoes, meat, green beans and pumpkins), "curanto" (seafood, potatoes and meat)...
To understand a particular Bible verse one must see it in context with other verses, and to take it literally and not allegorize it: (if something is allegorized it can then mean whatever you want it to mean.) This is a case in point:- Rev 8:8-11 KJV And the second angel sounded, and as it were a...
13 hours and 50 minutes. I flew from Santiago to Auckland last year.
The average summer temperature in Chile is 84 degrees fahrenheit, I think
The language of Easter Island is Spanish (Español)
The Easter Island head statues (moai) are carved from volcanic rock from Rano Raraku. These rocks include trachyte, red scoria, and basalt (all of these are igneous rocks because they came from a volcano). The eyes are made of black and white obsidian rocks.
One of the best and most stable in Latin America, increasing in 2008 by 187% its foreigner investment, making it a very free-market oriented economy.
The Commander-in-chief of the Army, Augusto Pinochet, led the coup d'état of 1973 in Chile. However, they didn't kill or capture Allende, he committed suicide before that.
Hillary Santiago is not famous but she does have a webshow well actually two webshows wich are The Kaitty and Hillary Show and The Ran"dumb" People!These two webshows are just filled with comedy and enjoyment, these two shows can be found at Youtube.com or at her websites www.WebStarts.com...
Chile does have the highest GDP per capita in Latin America because the following reasons: I. SOCIAL BASE1. Strong European influence and interrmarriage (European and white-mestizos). 2. Broad middle class : Depite of Chile's Gini index of 0.54 is one of the world's highest, Chile has a broad middle...
About 3,500 Chileans have over 100years old according to recent studies (www.INE.cl) , where 75% are women.
The Government of Chile has been historically a presidential representative democratic republic since 1810 (with a break between 1973-1990 during Pinochet military junta), whereby the President of Chile is both head of state and head of government, and of a multiparty system that thru a binomial...
This famous ground is the home of the famous Real Madrid team. The Spanish giants.
In Chile, when a person dies, the cadaver is inspected immediately by Legal Health Institute (IML, Instituto Medico Legal), to determine the causes of his or her disease and as possible organ donor thru the State-based Universal System; which was implemented in 2009; unless, that he or she...
The five largest cities in Chile (2010 est) are : 1Santiago6,111,0762Concepcion989,3023Valparaiso907,4524La Serena417,3515Temuco363,964 source: Chile's National Stats www.ine.cl
Because Chile is the major producer of Apples in the Southern hemisphere; consequently, when the US is in winter , Chile has a very productive summer to feed the world and vice versa. Chileans also consume US apples during their Chilean winter (US Summer).   So, why do apples have important...
Chile stretches over 4,630 kilometres (2,880 mi) north to south.
The landscapes of Chile is similar to the North America's West Coast from deserts thru tundra, which comprises a wide range of lands and weather conditions across a large geographic scale, extending across 38 degrees in latitude, making generalisations difficult. Chile's general morphology...
The climate of Chile is similar to the North America's West Coast from deserts thru tundra, which comprises a wide range of weather conditions across a large geographic scale, extending across 38 degrees in latitude, making generalisations difficult. Chile within its borders hosts at least seven...
Sebastian Piñera Echeñique , the President of Chile (March 11, 2010 - March 11, 2014)
People in Santiago live in houses, townhouses, condos and apartments especially in centric areas. Most buildings have less than 20 years old , so Santiago remains , modern, cosmopolitan and vibrant today. With the highest quality of life in Latin America today. Many buildings offer decent...
In Spanish: La bandera de Chile consta de dos franjas horizontales de color blanco (arriba) y el rojo, hay un cuadrado azul de la misma altura que la banda blanca en la elevación final del lado de la banda blanca, la plaza tiene una blanca de cinco puntas, en el centro que representa una guía...
German Immigration The origin of the German immigrants in Chile began with the Law of Selective Immigration of 1845. The objective of this law was to bring people of a medium social and high cultural level to colonize the southern regions of Chile. The German immigrants revived the domestic economy...
The "Miracle of Chile" was a term used by free-market Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman to describe liberal and free market reorientation of the economy of Chile in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s, and the purported benefits of his style of economic liberalism. He said the "Chilean economy...
In Chilean jergon (Spanish) Chileans usually say: Hola Bienvenido aqui! (Hello welcome here)
Chile is relatively rich on natural resources. Due its geographical extension Chile can be divided in four different regions: Northern Chile: Fish Meal on the coast, Copper Mining in the desert, Solar Power.Central Chile: Wine and produce, Hydroelectric PowerSouthern Chile: Woods & Timber,...
The dwindling population of Easter Island barely touches 4,000, but if people inhabit an area of land there is usually a capital. Easter Island's capital is Hanga Roa. Located in the southwestern corner of Easter Island the town features the only supermarket on the island.
Cylie Santiago is an old sitemodel who was mostly on youtube and faceboook until someone hacked her facebook and disabled it. ever sense then cylie has not made any other accounts. she is staying off the internet for specific reasons. a hacker LOOK HACKER IF YOU READ THIS STOP IT LEAVE THE GIRL...
Chile has white-mediterranean majority that would exceed 60% to 90% of the Chilean population because most show varying degrees of mixed ancestry.The white segment of Chile's populace consists mainly of people descended from colonial Spanish settlers (predominately Basque), and to a lesser extent,...
They live poor with very little money
In many ways, geographically, Chile is the California of The South, also The Oregon and Alaska of the South. Because Chile is similar to the US West Coast. Just consider that seasons are reversed. Central Chile is Like Central California, Valparaiso is like San Francisco near the woody Coastal...
Demographics   Chile has a population of 17,031,83 February 2010 estimate.   Its growth has been declining since 1990, because of a decreasing birth rate. By 2050 the population is expected to reach approximately 20.2 million. The main agglomerations according to the 2002 census are Greater...
July. As you know the United States which lies in the northern hemisphere has summer in July. However, Chile is in the southern hemisphere and receives summer in January while the United States has winter.
Because of ancient disputes and rivalries, Peruvians usually nicknamed Chileans as:The Roto (name of century 19th young Chilean soldiers during The War of The pacific against Peru-Bolivia, ravaging Lima)The Mapocho´s (name of the main river of Santiago, the capital).Los sureños (The southerners)...
The flag of Chile consists of two equal horizontal bands of white (top) and red; there is a blue square the same height as the white band at the hoist-side end of the white band; the square bears a white five-pointed star in the center representing a guide to progress and honor; blue symbolizes the...
1) Santiago 2) Greater Valparaiso3) Greater Concepcion.
Chile Imports USD$41.8 billion fob. (2009 est.) Import goods: petroleum and petroleum products, chemicals, electrical and telecommunications equipment, industrial machinery, vehicles, natural gas. Main Import Partners: USA. 16%, European Union 14%, China 11%, Brazil 10%, Argentina 10%, and Others:...
Bernardo O'Higgins Riquelme was the leader of Chile in 1817, as Supreme Director of Chile. The 1817´s election of the leader of Chile (Supreme Director of Chile), this was the first designation of authority of this independent nation; not withstanding the election of the First National Congress in...
Yes, Chile has contiguous flat land around, especially in Central Chile, which is way similar to Central California. Chile is a long narrowed scenic country in the southern tip of the Americas between Andes Mountains and Ocean Pacific. Less than 20% of Chile is flat, most in the rich and fertile...
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idk but I'm trying to figure that out too if i find some ill let u know
Chile is the southernmost country in South America and the world. 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, and...
Sebastian Piñera Echeñique is the President of Chile (March 11, 2010 thru March 11, 2014). Elected by 51.3% in December 14, 2009. Piñera is the first leader of the Centre-right coalition that rules Chile in 50 years, democratically.
In many ways, geographically, Chile is the California of The South, also The Oregon and Alaska of the South. Because Chile is similar to the US West Coast. Just consider that seasons are reversed. As California did, Chile was a land of pioneers and settlers and also of Indians (Mapuche Tribe 5%)...
Chile, due its geographic extension,we can find four very different areas: Northern Chile: World's produce of Fish Meal (World's #2) and Copper (World's #1). Central Chile: World's best produce of Wines and Professional Services (Santiago: Latin-America´s Best Business City) Southern Chile: World's...
Chile borders with Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south.
southern hemisphere
I don't know I wanted to see if u knew!
a republic in southern South America on the western slopes of the Andes on the south Pacific coast
So far unfortunately 214 are dead along with many buildings being completely toppled. And Hawaii just barely missed being hit.
According to the US Geological Survey, the earthquake had a magnitude of 8.8 (on the Moment Magnitude Scale) and an intensity of severe (VIII) on the Modified Mercalli (MM) scale. Please see the related question for more information.
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The earthquake's epicentre (the point on the surface directly above the earthquake) was 100 km NNW of the nearest city, Chillan, which has a population of 170,000 people and around 115 km NNE of Concepcion (population 292,589, metropolitan area population of 1,322,581). According to the USGS the...
The distance from Santiago Chili to Honolulu is 11,049 km or 6,866 miles.
no Chile is in America
413 died annd about the rest were slightly injuryed or really hurt.
Do you have any idea how big an 8.8 Earthquake is? Its a mess down in Chile right now. Best bet would be to give them six months to a year to clean up the damage and get the roads back together. By boat or plane would be bestin my opinion due to both not being affected by physical changes in the...
it was actually 800 times more powerful, but with the close proximity that the Haiti earthquake struck to the major population center of Port Au Prince, combined with the lower quality of infrastructure in Haiti, this is why it caused so much more devastation.
The BBC news reports that President Michelle Bachelet has stated that 2 million people have been affected by the earthquake that occurred on the 27th of February, 2010 Please see the related link for more information.
She has said that more lives will be lost, and for people to be prepared for aftershocks.
Beer, Wine & Liquor -- Start your meal the way Chileans do with a pisco sour, considered to be the national drink of Chile and made of the grape brandy pisco, fresh-squeezed lemon, sugar, and sometimes an egg white and a dash of bitters. Chileans and Peruvians are divided on who invented the...
Jimmy Santiago Baca was born on January 2, 1952.
Jimmy Santiago Baca was born on January 2, 1952.
Chile is a country in South America.
Chile is on the western coast of the continent of South America, this is the boundary between two tectonic plates, the Nazca plate (which is an oceanic plate) and the South American plate (a continental crustal plate). In this region the Nazca plate is moving eastwards towards the South American...
because the plates were rubbing together and the tension stored caused the earthquake so its all to do with plate tectonics