2017-07 - Santiago - Santa Lucia Hill 23D Model
Santa Lucía Hill is one of the most frequented public parks by local and foreign tourists, as it is one of the most recognizable icons in the capital and in the country.
It is a silent witness of the growth of the city of Santiago since the Spanish conquerors arrived in the Mapocho Valley on December 13, 1540.
Known as Huelén by the local natives, it was at the foot of this hill where conqueror Pedro de Valdivia set up camp before founding Santiago de la Nueva Extremadura.
Cerro Santa Lucía changed its wild appearance in 1872, thanks to the Mayor of Santiago, Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna, who turned it into an attractive walk.
Besides a variety of tree species, ornamentation originally from Europe and remains of Chile’s colonial past, Cerro Santa Lucía stands for its attractive spaces, such as Hidalgo Castle, and the terraces known as Neptuno and Caupolicán.
614 Photos taken with a Camera SONY Alpha 7, then processed with Agisoft Photoscan.
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