闲来有趣The tour guide of Neruda’s former residence is from the northeast, and he desperately praised Chile all the way: this bridge was built by poets, this building was built by poets, this square was built by poets, and the whole of Santiago was built by poets... I was excited by listening , What a great country! Neruda's dream finally came true. Until we came to the door of Neruda's former residence like a dream, we finally learned that it was all made by ‘private’. Neruda is a Nobel Prize winner, a left-wing revolutionary, a writer, a poet, and a collector. He likes to drink with friends and talk about revolution, creation, and women... He came to China in 1955 and was robbed of his talent in Shanghai. The revolutionaries were revolutionized in the Holy Land of Revolution. Up. In 1973, the Chilean military coup began the military dictatorship, but Neruda is still remembered and admired by all the Chilean people, including the military. It's a pity that you can't take pictures inside.
juki235From a distance, this hill is full of colorful houses. In fact, it is the largest slum in Chile, which is very similar to Rio, Brazil. This may be a kind of South American culture. Although it is a slum, there are many works of art. The graffiti on the street is pleasing to the eye, and the colorful painting of the whole street has become an indispensable scenery in Valparaiso.
乖小咪Sotomayor Square is the largest and most important municipal square in Valparaiso. All important buildings on the square, including the city hall, hero monument, grand theater, etc. are all around the square. It is also a place with a lot of tourists, and there will be military police on duty here every day. It should be said that Valparaiso is the most worthwhile place to visit.
Traveling in Chile - The story behind every graffiti in Valparaiso, I remember seeing a few girls in the graffiti two nights ago, I used to yell at them, but I really want to know why they are graffiti.
They speak Spanish and their English is limited. Interacting with each other in the body language, knowing that they are going to graffiti after work. I saw a girl who was crying with graffiti and later learned that her mother had died. To graffiti is to express your emotions. (Although I didn't see the works they formed in the end, they made me know exactly what each graffiti work has. They have different meanings.)
The first stop to the city of Valparaiso is the museum near the harbour. According to the map guide, I found an orbital train that is almost 80 degrees up and down. It is the first observation deck I have boarded. Here you can Seeing most of the city's outlines, everything in the harbour is close at hand, but you can't find a pedestrian who is proficient in English. The phone never leaves, the camera is always on the chest, I started the walk of Valparaiso
It is extraordinarily reasonable to leave the glory and history of the army here. For the victory in the 19th century and the victory in Peruvian Bolivia, there is a comprehensive and meticulous record. Tickets are 1,000 pesos. Almost 10 yuan is particularly close to the people, but it is understood that all The explanation and record are only Spanish.
There is also a real-life version of the rescue equipment. If you don't know what is the rescue of the earth, I recommend you to check out this movie based on real events.
Valparaiso, Chile, a colorful "dream city", even the old town here is a world cultural heritage
from the country, you can no longer find a country farther away from Chile than Chile, From Shanghai, I boarded the plane and transferred to Dallas in the United States. On two voyages of more than ten hours, I came to the Chilean capital of Santiago, Greece
Valparaiso. The city is 120 kilometers away from the capital. It is shocking that the Chilean parliament building is not in the air. The capital is here, here is the seat of the National Ministry of Culture. The convenient transportation characteristics of the harbor make it suffering from the wars and natural disasters. The biggest tsunami of the 20th century took place here. The Dutch and the Spaniards successively captured this place and became colonial. Entrance, now Valparaiso is full of vitality
happen to meet the Chilean National Day, watch a parade on the street
this is travel, wonderful never meet
There are rivers and lakes in the place where graffiti is there, and there are places where there are rivers and lakes!
The gates of Graffiti Mountain City are like the hidden magic entrance in Harry Potter. From the narrow to the one-passage alley to the old-fashioned elevator, the elevator rises at a 45-degree angle, and it really enters the legendary [Chile] graffiti art holy place - Valparaiso ~
This small town is less than 2 hours drive from San Diego and can be used for a day trip. It used to be a village of Indians and later became a colony of the Spanish. As a result, the style has changed dramatically and it has become such a diverse and colorful city.
The local public transportation is very developed. You can take the bus directly to the San Diego bus terminal (every half an hour, there is a lot of car to worry about)~ Go to Valparaiso to find the elevator entrance into the mountain city. How to find the specific entrance, can only rely on you to ask the locals ~ I am also brought into the city full of hahahaha
this hill town "devil ghost" rampage, everywhere is a surprise ~ absolutely you Another world that can't be imagined! ! !
A day @ Valparaso Known as the cultural capital of Chile, once the "Pearl of the Pacific Ocean", there is almost no flat land, full of murals, artists and music, and the violent explosion of the whole day! f
Appreciate the stone statue of Easter Island, ready to leave Via, from the mountain you can see the panoramic view of Valparaiso and the city of Via, blue sea and blue sky, this is the seaside city of Chile, do you like it?
## Suddenly I really like this place, this coastline with almost no one, I sit quietly for a long time, there are sea lions playing in the distance, faintly seeing the cruise ship passing by, the sun is a little shy Go down, put your favorite song in the headphones... The sea breeze here is not big, blowing your love words, Hu looked at me..
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Chile, a country of literature and art, has a romantic artistic sense and a mysterious historical legend. Although there are no direct flights in China at present, it is definitely worthwhile for you to cross the sea to play. You can avoid signing with the US sign.
Today's first stop, "The City of Erotic" Valparaiso, also known as "Pacific Pearl", is a must-see for you to come to Chile. Nobel literary winner Neruda has lived here for it. Write down the most beautiful words, the painters in the streets, wherever they are, dye the color. The 28 elevators that connect the Concepcin Mountains and the seaside flats are the most special means of transportation. They have been 134 years old and are one of the best ways to see the city. Although it has been listed as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, it is often easy to catch fire here, so the beautiful scenery is still coming early, otherwise it may not be seen any day. There is Chile's strongest color and it is also an art paradise for artists.
The second stop is the seaside town of Via, which is desert and faces the sea. It is also the life that Haizi yearns for facing the sea and spring blossoms.
Third stop, veramonte winery, where you can taste not only the most authentic white and red wines in Chile, but also the fermentation and aging process of the wine. In a short two-day trip to Chile, I found that I have fallen in love with this magical country, Chile, waiting for me to come back.
The feeling that Valparaiso gave me was very amazing. In the colorful towns, you dont need a conspicuous attraction to become full of flavors. Old houses are everywhere, and the winding alleys and mountain roads are worthwhile. Walk some time. Although there is not much scope around the
lookout, there are still many places where you can take pictures. There is also a White House-like building on the hillside, which is actually a museum and requires extra tickets. When we didn't go in, we patted it on the big grass outside. A sculpture of a fixed machine gun on the lawn could go up and pretend to shoot. Facing such a beautiful scenery, lying on the lawn or sitting comfortably is a very good enjoyment.
Because the city is built on a large number of steep slopes and overlooking the Pacific Ocean directly, Valparaiso is proud to claim that the labyrinth of urban roads and cobblestone alleys reflect the city's rich architectural and cultural heritage. Valparaiso is currently protected by the UNESCO World Heritage List.