Parque Uruguay, Providencia

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SANTIAGO | Parque Uruguay was constructed between 1964 and 1970 and is named for the country Uruguay. It’s a long narrow park, and provides a relaxing way to walk along the portion of Mapocho River that runs through Santiao’s Providencia district.

It’s dotted with grass, trees, and exercise equipment, and it provides a vantage point looking up to Cerro San Cristobal. It’s also a great spot to look at the street art that lines the bank of the Mapocho River with the water levels are low.

Parque Uruguay

Andrés Bello 1645
Providencia
Región Metropolitan
Chile

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