I visited this Church previously, at about almost 20 years ago and in my last visit just in May 2013, I could appreciate that still in some cities of Chile, there is a kind of work and maintenance for historical buildings.
Base merely on a religious faith, the Church represents still the spirit and hard work of the first German immigrants in the south of Chile, but from a formal architectural point of view, the church is a clear example of the important colony settled by Germans at the beginning of the 20 Century in the area.
The church, in the top of a hill, has also a very spectacular view of Puerto Varas city centre, Llanquihue lake and the volcano Osorno on the background, where the Andes Mountain transform in a sort of a rain forest. it is a privilege site to know in a trip to the south of Chile.
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