WHERE TO GO IN TEMUCO?
Plaza Anibal Pinto is located in the middle of the city, It's where commercial life is. In front of it is the city-hall, the Cathedral and many commercial buildings.Downtown there is a monument called ''La Araucana'' the sculpture made by local artist and represent the protagonist of the city; a ''Machi'', a Soldier, a mapuche warrior and a colonist. Besides that, ithas a modern exposition & conference room, a water fount and a stage for musical performers. It has many aged and well cared trees. Its located between Prat, Bulnes, Claro Solar & Antonio Varasstreets. Mercado Municipal de Temuco It was inaugurated in May of 1929. Its a Traditional sale place of mapuches' handy-craft products, so you can not miss it, if you are in downtown. You can find textileproducts, silver-work, wood handy-craft and old objects. There are many restaurants too, where you can find traditional food and seafood. You can accede to the Mercado through Portales, Rodrigez &Aldunate streets. Its open to the public in winter from Monday to Saturday from 08:00 to 18:00 Hrs, Sundays and holidays from 80:00 to 15:00 Hrs. In Summer from Mondays to Saturday from 8:00 to 20:00hrs Sundays and holidays from 8:00 to 15:00 Hrs. Museo Regional de la Araucania it was built in 1940 and its now located in what was the old Thiers' house where lived once Carlos Thiers. DeclaredNational Monument, it was built in 1942. There you can see full anthropology exhibitions, archeology and mapuche's ethnology. It has a specialized library on plan maps of the City. Besides it has a artgallery of national therms. Its located at 084, Alemania avenue. You must pay a ticket, except on Sundays. It's open from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:00. on Saturdays from 11:00 to 17:00 hrs. andSundays from 11:00 to 18:00 hrs. Cerro Ñielol is a natural monument who includes 89.5 hectares to 200 m.s.n.m and its located in temuco. It has four excursion paths and on the top has a beautiful...
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