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10 Safest Countries When War Comes

A third world war, you shouldn’t think about it, but there is no denying that there are more and more great tensions in the world; a trade war between America and China, tensions between India and Pakistan, Brexit, the migration crisis, the climate crisis and the conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran, to name a few. What… Read More »

Top 10 Highest Countries in the World

Extensive mountain ranges, many height differences and mountain peaks that rise above the clouds: who doesn’t love it? Some countries simply have more of this kind of natural beauty to offer than others. This often means that the average altitude of a country is also much higher. Do you want to know which countries have the highest elevation… Read More »

Universidad de Viña del Mar

VINA DEL MAR, CHILE Brief information The Universidad de Viña del Mar, founded in 1988, is an independent private university in the Chilean city of Viña del Mar. The UVM sees its task in providing its students with a comprehensive and high-quality education and thereby optimally preparing them for the upcoming challenges in a globalized… Read More »

Chile Road Network

The Autopista del Maipo near Angostura, south of Santiago. As the wealthiest country in South America, Chile also has a modern road network. According to wholevehicles, the road network covers 82,134 kilometers, of which 20,319 kilometers is paved with asphalt or concrete. In northern Chile, 12,843 kilometers of road are paved with the mineral Bischofita,… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Easter Island, Chile

The climate of Easter Island According to shopareview, Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, is the famous Easter Island. Easter Island has been part of Chile since the year 1888, although the locals have never agreed to it. The knowledge that they would never win against the Chilean army has meant that they have never resisted… Read More »

Climate and Weather of La Serena, Chile

The climate of La Serena According to citypopulationreview, La Serena is a beautiful port in the north of Chile. La Serena is one of the oldest towns in Chile. The beautiful beaches are a tourist attraction in summer. The old colonial architecture gives the city an atmospheric appearance. According to paulfootwear, La Serena has a… Read More »

Chile Culture of Business

Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public holidays Introduction Chile is the focus of exporters from all over the world, especially from the USA and China, so it is necessary to expect a highly competitive environment. However, Czech products have historically had a good reputation in Chile, so there is something to build on.… Read More »

Chile Basic Information

Basic information about the territory Subchapters: System of governance and political tendencies in the country Foreign policy of the country Population The system of governance and political tendencies in the country Republic of Chile (República de Chile), Chile for short. The territory of Chile is divided into 16 administrative regions. The capital is Santiago de… Read More »

Chile Travel Facts

Located in South America, Chile stretches 4,300 kilometers from north to south. The country borders Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. In terms of landscape, it is perhaps the most interesting country in South America. Tierra del Fuego, the Andes, Patagonia, volcanoes, the Atacama Desert and much more are a paradise for nature lovers and photographers. Capital… Read More »

Chile Agriculture and Industries

Agriculture. – The different climatic conditions make it possible to divide Chile into several different cultivation and production regions. Only in the central region the mild climate and the sufficiency of the rains allow a profitable agricultural exploitation. Here, too, three areas can be distinguished. To the north, between Copiapó and Aconcagua, a first zone… Read More »

Chile 1938

Demographics (p. 58). – An evaluation of January 1937 raises the population to 4,552,000 residents The number of foreigners in the 1930 census (see the data in the following table) was lower than that given by the 1920 census: 105,463, of which 23,439 Spaniards, 11,070 Italians, 10,861 Germans, 10,366 Bolivians, 7048 Argentines, 6223 Peruvians, 5292… Read More »

Chile History (1938)

The index of the political situation in Chile in 1930 was given by the fact that in February the president Chile Ibáñez assumed extraordinary powers for a period of 6 months. This was followed by the resignations of the interior minister, E. Bermudez, and the minister of justice, O. Koch, which was later followed by… Read More »

Chile Economy 1948

Explorations (X, p. 55). In December 1939-January 1940 by a Swiss expedition, led by Arnold Heim, the area located west of Lake Buenos Aires in Chilean Patagonia was explored for the first time. Demographic data (X, p. 58; App. I, p. 409). – The 1940 census makes the population amount to 5,023,539 residents, That is… Read More »

Chile Economy 1961

Explorations. – In 1955-56 an exploratory expedition was carried out in the Chilean part of Tierra del Fuego, under the direction of his father AM De Agostini and with the participation of the geographer G. Morandini. Among other things, the ascents to the peaks of M. Sarmiento and M. Italia were carried out, topographical and… Read More »

Chile Architecture 1991

The last thirty years of the history of Chilean architecture is of great importance as it is a period of time that embraces various and important events. The 1960s were in fact the last stage in the maturation of modern architecture in Chile. The following period, which goes from 1970 to 1979, is characterized by… Read More »

Chile Encyclopedia of Cinema (2003)

The cinema made its entrance in Chile shortly after the Parisian screenings of the Lumière brothers, but it was only in 1902 that the first national production took place. It was Un ejercicio general de bomberos, a documentary short film shot by a group of anonymous pioneers. To see a fictional film we had to… Read More »

Chile Human and Economic Geography 2006

South American state. The country’s demographic dynamics are characterized by a sustained increase (1.1 % the annual average in the 2000-2005 period), and in the statistical survey conducted in 2002 the population was equal to 15,116,435 residents (estimated, in 2005, at 16,295,00o residents), 86.6 % of which concentrated in urban areas. The agglomeration headed by… Read More »

Chile Children’s Encyclopedia (2005)

The longest country in the world Almost all climates are represented in Chile, stretching from the Tropic to Antarctica to form a thin strip at the foot of the Andes. Rich in sea, mountains and minerals, very poor in arable land, it is an excellent example of a country with many resources, but held back… Read More »

Chile History From 1964 to 1974 Part I

President J. Alessandri (1958-1964), slightly prevailing over the socialist Allende, faced the task of reviving the Chilean economy. The effort to boost industrialization, however, went to the detriment of agriculture, while copper exports faced disastrous international competition. The financial situation led the government to impose austerity measures, with a wage freeze. The cost of living… Read More »

Chile History From 1964 to 1974 Part III

The elections of March 6, 1973, held regularly despite the stormy pre-electoral period, surprisingly strengthened Allende’s position in the House and Senate (43.39% of the votes), who nevertheless always remained in a minority situation. Christian democracy, allied to the right for the occasion, obtained 54.7% of the votes with a large contribution from women. The… Read More »

Chile History From 1964 to 1974 Part II

It was then observed that “the old oligarchic and pro-imperialist reaction had seen the realization of its eternal nightmare: the irruption of the working class into the ministries”. Allende’s program was well-known and centered on nationalizations, on replacing the bicameral Congress with a People’s Assembly, on expropriations of large haciendas. in favor of peasant cooperatives,… Read More »

Chile – Autocratic Republic Part I

O ‘Higgins’ government and internal disputes. – The first leader of free Chile continued his close collaboration with San Martín, in the struggle for the liberation of Peru. He had a fleet armed, which, although small in number, nevertheless managed to secure dominion over the ocean; then, when the Argentine government declared that it was… Read More »

Chile – Autocratic Republic Part II

The new conflict in which Chile found itself engaged had its origins in the colonial period itself. The South American republics, at the time of independence, were in fact established on the principle of the Uti possidetis, that is, of the borders that the ancient colonies had at the time of Spanish rule. But since… Read More »

Chile Arts and Music Part II

Figurative arts Architecture. – Before 1780 there were no buildings with artistic value in Chile. The first architect, to whom the construction of public buildings was commissioned by royal order, was the Roman Gioacchino Toesca, who raised the Mint in Santiago, which was then transformed into the residence of the presidents of the republic and… Read More »

Chile History Part I

Started by Spain in 1535, the conquest of Chile was made difficult by the resistance of the Araukani Indians. Until the 19th century. the control of the Spaniards was unable to extend to the S of the Bío-Bío River, but in the region they occupied, the merger with the local Amerindian population resulted in a… Read More »

Chile History Part II

In September 1973 a coup d’état put an end to the Unidad popular experience (Allende himself was killed during the assault on the presidential palace) and power was assumed by a military junta, chaired by General A. Pinochet Ugarte (proclaimed President of the Republic in 1974), which suspended the Constitution, dissolved Congress and prohibited any… Read More »

Chile Literature

Chile from the first century of the conquest reached an original artistic physiognomy. The historical-epic inspiration, of which Alonso de Ercilla ‘s Araucana is an example, remained alive and fruitful, representing the most genuine attitudes of that people. That first poem (1569), the work of a Spaniard educated in classical and Italian forms, which sings… Read More »

Chile Literature 1978

The tradition of the regionalist and “Indianist” novel remained alive for a long time, through the narrative works of J. Marín (1900-1963), who devoted himself to the world of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, or R. Maluenda (1885) -1963), L. Durand (1895-1954) and M. Brunet (1901-1967), evocative of a society of peasants, underclass and remote… Read More »

Chile Literature in the 20th Century

In the 20th century novel. the interest in the criollo environment is accentuated and starting from the Cuentos de Maule (1912) by M. Latorre the life in the fields, the struggle of man with the land constitute the central nucleus of the narrative. Venidos a menos (1916) by R. Maluenda, followed by Colmena urbano (1937),… Read More »