Who was born in Chile and famous in Chile?
Pablo Neruda (1904 - 1973) was a famous Chilean poet. He was born in Parral, Chile and studied at the University in Santiago.
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Chile is located in South America. From Wikipedia: "The Republic of Chile is a country in South America occupying along, narrow coastal strip between the Andes mountains to t…he eastand the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north,Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the DrakePassage in the far south. With Ecuador, it is one of two countriesin South America which do not border Brazil. The Pacific coastlineof Chile is 6,435 kilometres (4000 mi). Chilean territory includesthe Pacific islands of Juan Fernandez, Salas y Gamez,Desventuradas, and Easter Island. Chile also claims about 1,250,000square kilometres (480,000 sq mi) of Antarctica, although allclaims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty."
Chile is a country in South America. The Chilean president is Sebastian Pinera.
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 th…innest 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 border of Sweden is only 4 miles from the North Sea ! Chile does not own part of Antarctica - no country does, following an international treaty agreeing that no country shall claim sovereignty over any part of it. Countries are allowed to establish stations for scientific research and some do. Real Answer 3 Chile is famous for Wine, Corre, and Giant qondor Real answer1 All three answers are right mostly number three though.
the Chile landmarks are: the white house FAIL! and i don't know more or you can go to Google and i think its pepe's page or just type stuff and find out. THANKS FOR VI…SITING: WIKI.ANSWERS.COM
the Atacama Desert which is located in northern Chile.
Political Leaders Pedro de Valdivia Original Spanish conquistador, arrived in 1540 and founded Santiago in 1541. Arturo Pratt Chilean naval hero who led the w…inning battle against Peru near Iquique. Bernardo O'Higgins The illegitimate son of a Peruvian Viceroy, Chile's first elected leader following independence from Spain in 1818. Salvador Allende The first ever openly elected communist leader who ruled Chile as president from 1970 to 1973 when he was ousted from power by a bloody coup. Augusto Pinochet Appointed head of the Chilean army just days before leading the armed forces in a coup against the then sitting and democratically-elected, Marxist president Salvador Allende. Seen by the army as a "military mission" to save the country General Pinochet ruled Chile for an unbroken 17-year period from 1973 to 1990, when he peacefully handed over power to democratically-elected Patricio Aylwin after losing a plebiscite the previous year for the continuation of his government by a very narrow margin. During his presidency he has been credited for "saving" Chile from terrible economic decline and a communist take over, ridding the country of "the enemy" (Marxist forces backed by Cuba who were on the verge of ruling the country by force prior to the coup) to being accused of running a brutal regime that abused peoples human rights by use of ruthless torture and the cold killing of civilians. It is true that at the time of the coup the country was in a dire economical situation and the "people" were desperate for some kind of intervention that would make their lives better. It has been reported in the press that the coup was "supported" by the then US government, which, at the time was hell bent on any effort to counteract the "advancement of Communism anywhere in the world" and depending on which side of the political spectrum you are on the coup was either the best thing to happen to Chile or a vile and ruthless dictatorship. Consequently Pinochet is seen as a hero by roughly half the Chilean population (those on the right) and an evil villain by the other half (those on the left). Even today the country is still polarised into two political camps, right and left, although for the younger generation this contentious period is, year by year, being consigned to the history books as they grow up in a stable, modern, relatively safe country far removed from the Chile that General Pinochet inherited. In 1998 during a private visit to the UK a Spanish court (European member state country) issued an arrest warrant and the UK authorities had to be seen to follow international law and had no choice other than to put General Pinochet under "house arrest". After much wrangling in the British courts UK doctors deemed him unfit to face trial and the UK government therefore released him to return to Chile in 2000. Chilean courts have since attempted to bring Pinochet to trial, however, as in the UK he has been declared "unfit" to endure such a process. Ricardo Lagos Escobar - Current President Born in 1938, Ricardo Lagos served in the government of Salvador Allende, the man that Pinochet deposed. In the 1980s he headed a coalition of parties opposed to Pinochet and in 1986 he was arrested and detained without charge following an assassination attempt on Pinochet. In 1987 he formed the Party for Democracy, which is now part of the ruling alliance. Following Chile's return to democracy, Lagos served first as education minister in the government of Patricio Aylwin and then as public works minister in the government of President Eduardo Frei from 1994 to 1998. He is widely regarded as a moderate leftist. Cultural Leaders: Gabriela Mistral Poet and Nobel Prize winner. Pablo Neruda Poet and Nobel Prize winner.
Chile is a huge exporter of wines. The Chilean people pride themselves on having some of the most fertile and proficient weather for growing some of the worlds finest wine gra…pes.
If you want to know the answer for this, you have to go to Chile and find out yourself! The person who wrote this answer is in America, so he knows nothing about Chile … .
I am from Chile . However depending on the person you are asking, they could or could NOT be form Chile.
In Chile one of the most famous places is Easter Island.
potatos and onions are the most famous foods in Chile
You can visit the Andes mountains, tour the wine country or visit the beach towns. Santiago has beautiful parks with hikng trails.