Plaza de Armas, Santiago Centro

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SANTIAGO | Plaza de Armas is the main square of Santiago and was the original center of Santiago when the city’s square grid pattern was designed in 1541. It’s a large, open public square surrounded by important historic buildings including the Palacio de la Real Audiencia (1804), Municipalidad de Santiago (1785), Correo Central (1882), and the Catedral Metropolitana (1745).

A fountain celebrating libertador Simón Bolívar stands in the centre of the square, and over 100 Chilean palm trees are dotted throughout. The square is popular with locals throughout the year, as a place to meet and relax, and on weekends groups meet here to engage in a variety of activities. Expect to see chess players, dancers, street performers, food vendors and more.

Plaza de Armas

Plaza de Armas
Santiago Centro
Región Metropolitan
Chile

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