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Chile. By: I’Taunna Anderson AKA : Lina. The World Of Chile. Chile is located in South America , Its capital is Santiago.

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By: I’Taunna Anderson

AKA : Lina

the world of chile
The World Of Chile
  • Chile is located in South America , Its capital is Santiago.
  • Population: 15,980,912 (July 2005 est.) Ethnic Groups: white and white-Amerindian 95%, Amerindian 3%, other 2% Religions: Roman Catholic 89%, Protestant 11%, Jewish NEGL%
  • A narrow strip of land between the Andes Mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south.
when chile became part of the spanish rule
When Chile Became Part of The Spanish Rule
  • Chile became part of the Spanish rule in 1535
  • When Chile came under Spanish rule, Punta Arenas became one of its major, trading center
Chile takes a great deal of pride in its long history, impressive geography, unique culture, and its religious and indigenous roots. A warm, open and fun-loving people, Chileans are always ready to celebrate. Any number of festivals and cultural celebrations take place in Chile year-round, and some of the most well-known and exciting of those draw visitors not only from around the country but from around the world.

Some of Chile Celebrations:

Vina del Mar Music Festival

Carnival Andino Con la Fuerza del Sol

Fiestas Patrias

Festival de la Tirana

Santiago a Mil

We Tripantu

independence day
Independence Day 
  • Chile gain their Independence on Sep.18th 1810
  • Their road to independence from Spain started on that date in 1810. Although they would have to fight for eight more years to earn their total freedom, Chile celebrates the 18th of 1810 with great fanfare.
  • Chile officially proclaimed independence February 12, 1818.
would you like to visit
Would You Like To Visit ?
  • Yes, I would like to visit Chile because it looks very fun ,festive , and the people seem to be very friendly and welcoming to tourist.
  • Chile looks like it has a lot of beautiful landscape and body’s of water.
  • The food looks very good as well.
family role
Family Role
  • The family occupies a central role in Chilean life.. Extended families are very close and will frequently congregate for major occasions and celebrations.. Family and business are intertwined to the extent that favoritism is seen as a positive concept.. Many small firms will be 100% family run.
tourist spot
Tourist Spot
  • One of the most isolated islands on Earth, Easter Island is located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. Officially a territory of Chile, it lies thousands of miles off the coast roughly halfway to Tahiti. The island is famous for its 887 extant monumental statues, called moai, created by the early Rapanui people centuries ago. Not surprisingly, the well-publicized moai have overshadowed the island’s other tourist attractions. But Easter Island also offers some great diving and surfing as well as two volcanic craters and several sandy beaches.
  • Chile is the 38th largest country.It’s about twice the size of Japan
  • Chile borders three different countries; Argentina to the east, Bolivia to the northeast and Peru to the north.
  • Catholicism is the main religion is Chile
  • The most popular sport in Chile is football.
  • Tennis is the second most popular sport in Chile, with Fernando González the last Chilean to reach a Grand Slam singles final.
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