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To say this Catholic Temple is huge doesn't do it justice. Seeing it in person is the only way to comprehend the size. The interior is clean and well kept. The grounds are also clean.
Go early in the week, they have tours to the...More
Only a few blocks away from Plaza de Maipú or a 30 minute Metro ride from Santiago's downtown is a massive church that has become a landmark for locals and a must-see for Catholics, is a building that symbolizes gratitude from the soldiers who fought...More
Is easy to get there by the subway.This Temple has an amazing architecture. "Del Carmen" museum is really cheap, so you can take a look about the story of Chile Independence and also about the Temple. The viewpoint at the top of the temple, is...More
If you going to Santiago, you shouldn't miss it! The Templo is amazing. It is located in Maipu, around 30 minutes from the downtown if you take the subway. The architecture is simply beautiful. It is not a touristic area, but you will love!
We arrived in Santiago but needed to wait at the airport for a number of hours until the rest of our family arrived. Wanted to see 'something' but not go into the City. Took a taxi to the Templo in Maipu (taxi arranged at the...More
Maipu lies to the south of Santiago and is easily accessible using the excellent metro train system. The 30 minute ride will take you through suburbs well off the tourist trail and is an interesting insight in itself. The massive votive temple was commenced in...More
This is a beautiful cathedral. It is worth the 30 minute metro ride from central Santiago. Get onto the green line and ride it to the end Maipu. When you exit the metro you can see the cathedral down the street. It is a bit...More
I been hear two times the first time the top was not open it was been worked on back in 2009 I then went back this year 2013 and it was open the top part of the building wow, my pop never been up hear...More