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    Chile Culture

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    Once said by the famous outstanding Chilean poet "love, beauty it is the shadow of God on the universe. Just like this famous poet stated, it can refer to chile very well. Through its culture, religion, and economy. Chile has a controversial government that influences culture and religion as well as economics. Chile and its vast culture have an array of interesting agriculture. Chile is a country in South America, which borders the pacific sea (Aronson 4). Its capital is Santiago (Time). Chile has 15 Regions (chile). One of the regions is called Grande Norte which means the big north (Lyle 9), but it's official name is republical de chile(Peoples 171). Chiles size is ranking at 292,258 square miles. Which is a little bit bigger than Texas.…

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    Serena, Chile. Groovay Smoothay will have a vast array of healthy smoothie options available on our menu. Customers will have five delicious signature options to choose from including, the Power-C Machine, the Passion Fruit Apple Cooler, the Very Cherry Chiller, the Lemon Zinger Freeze, and the Strawberry Banana Booster. Each of our smoothies has natural based ingredients, guaranteed to treat your sweet tooth and benefit your health! Starting with our Power-C Machine smoothie, this tangy treat…

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    Most parts of Latin America have been struggling to implement or enforce democracy for the past century. The most notable examples are Argentina and Chile. Many political scientists have argued that this is mostly due to internal factors such as the corporatist culture and lack of proper structural reforms, but they do not include external pressures from the international sphere to curb communist influence in Latin America. In this paper, I will argue that from the coup in Chile in 1973 to the…

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    From being the longest country in the world and one of the skinniest, Chile is the place to be. From there exciting culture to the way they speak. I would like to explain the culture of communication in Chile, then I will explain some of the similarities that we have between our cultures and then finally the differences between them. I was honored and had the great opportunity to interview one of my good friends. His name is Franco Umana and he currently lives in Chile in the city of…

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    Chile History

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    Chile covers 756,950 square kilometer of land (292,258 square miles). It never gets wider then 240km (150 miles), but it is over 2,800 miles long. It is almost twice the size of California. Chile also includes two islands: Juan Fernandez Islands and Easter Island. Chile is a land of diverse landscape. It does have a relatively nice climate, even though there are some harsh climates in the Andes Mountains. These mountains cover a third of the country and there are more then fifty active…

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    1940s, was a supporter of Salvador Allende’s regime, and was exiled soon after the assassination of Allende during the rise in power of dictator Augusto Pinochet in Chile during his military coup of the country. Littin is also known for his other films, such as one relevant to this same historical subject is Dawson Isla 10 from 2009 which was a film about events after the 1973 coup that arrested and transported Allende’s cabinet members, sending them to Dawson Island concentration camp. The…

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    Essay On Chilean Culture

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    My delves into Chilean culture has forever inspired nostalgic memories that I will hold onto for a life time. Flourished thoughts of diverse nationality and way of life. Indefinitely one of the most intriguing cultures I have ever explored. Unique geography along with food, music, dance, and clothing , all subjugated by multifarious cultures. Truly a phenomenal country in every way. The nation of Chile is situated in western South America. It is a long nation that pretty much 50% of its fringe…

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    Chile a fascinating and diverse country, located on the western seashore of Latin America; allured by the rich culture of its people in addition to the astonishing landscape and different climates Chile is visited by millions of tourist from around the world. One can find almost all types of landscapes in Chile, from the Alpes, a chain of mountains to the east cover in snow, to the sandy beaches on the longest coastline in the world. Chile is home to many natural and manmade wonders that are…

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    My Soul is a book written by Isabel Allende and published in 2006. The novel, chronologically divided in 6 parts, narrates the story of Ines Suarez based on the history of her real homonym predestined to live as a seamstress in Extremadura (Spain) and who will finally participate to the conquest and the foundation of Chile through several wars against the local Indians. Summary The first chapter covers the years from 1500 to 1537, and begins in the city of Santiago de Nueva-Extremadura…

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    Facts About Chile

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    Chile covers 756,950 square kilometers of land (292,258 square miles). It never gets wider than 240km (150 miles), but it is over 2,800 miles long. It is almost twice the size of California. Chile also includes two islands: Juan Fernandez Islands and Easter Island. More than 17.8 million people live in Chile. Santiago, the capital city, has a population of 308,000, but when counting Santiago Metropolis 6.68 million people live in that area. This is the largest city. The next on the list is the…

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