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Santiago de Chile – the beautiful and modern capital of South America



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This report introduces the capital of Chile – Santiago de Chile, South America. A beautiful and modern city are the main features of this capital. Cheap hotels, wonderful restaurants, tasty food and cheap in bars. Full culture and high level of service to tourists. Main opinion: one can only envy such a capital. The trip took place in July 2005.


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