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Templo Votivo de Maipú - Historical Building Santiago - Chile

Templo Votivo de Maipú, built between 1944 and 1974, is a huge Catholic temple erected on a historical site that dates back to the early 1800s. Bernardo O’Higgins commissioned a church dedicated the Virgen del Carmen to commemorate Chile’s success in the Maipú battlefields and the country’s progression toward independence. O’Higgins relied on public donations and the construction was never really finished. Today you can still see the ruins of the original ill-fated church.

Location:
Avenida 5 de Abril / Calle Carmen Nº 1750
Center, Santiago, Chile

Historical Building

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Here are other activities in and around Center that may be of interest: Iglesia de los Sacramentinos, Palacio Cousiño and Palacio de la Alhambra.








By Noleen Turner
I'm originally from Northern Ireland but have lived in Santiago de Chile for over two years. I work in marketing communications and as a writer and...
15 Sep 2009







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