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It is easy to travel nowadays: whether we sail or fly we can be sure of all what is in front of us. We know all details about hotels we'll be sleeping in, restaurants and menus, museums and attractions to be seen. We have Lonley...More
This monument was built to pay tribute to German settlers in this area. It is a nice monument located on Plaza de Armas and the Iglesia Cathedral church, the town's oldest building, is right behind it. There is a park with benches here, with stray...More
Thanks to the traffic, our tour bus temporarily halted momentarily opposite this statue. Impressive, but by the time I had my iPad ready the photo opportunity was past.
Erected on the city's waterfront, this bronze sculpture recalls the first two hundred German settlers who came...More
This was an interesting monument, especially if you were interested in the German settlement part of their history--which our private tour guide explained. The town was under constant rain most of the day so not much was visible or walker friendly.
This sculpture is modern depiction of "Go west young man" to commemorate the colonization of Chile by Europeans . SEveral countries sent their tired and weary but also Germans left their heritage to establish colonies in valleys like Germany. ( Puerto Veras)