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... of the Monroe Doctrine, a policy that opposed European colonisation in the Americas, the US sent the USS Wateree to Arica, Chile. In 1868 a tsunami struck, beaching the warship inland. Despite being upright and receiving minimal damage, it was considered ...
... from one side to the other, perhaps every 10 yards or so, which went on for mile after mile. This surprised us for Chile is a prosperous country in South America; but of course this is earthquake country. You might have heard about the earthquake of 13th ...
24/12/2010 - Friday The bus pulled into Arica at 6:30 in the morning, and we waited in the bus terminal for 1 hour before the bus companies opened. Thankfully there were still available seats on the bus to La Paz, and we paid for our buses and had ...
... dinner. We treated ourselves to the closest approximation to comfort food that we could find on a Sunday night in downtown Arica--a restaurant/bar called SchopDog that sold refreshing pitchers of bad beer and "Titanica," a huge heaping plate of fries, ...
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This national park is home to vicuna, alpaca, wild chinchilla and many other indigenous Chilean animal species.
Assembled in the 1870's to replace the main church lost to the 1868 earthquake, this national monument was the city's first building constructed of steel and cast iron, with only its door made from wood.
Cerro La Cruz, Arica, Chile
This national monument is an enormous rock, standing 110 meters high and paying tribute to the Chilean military victories in the 19th Century Pacific War.
Open daily from 8am to 8pm, this museum sits atop "The Morro" and showcases artifacts from the 19th century Chilean and Peruvian armies.