The Capital of Chile is Santiago

2 major cities are:

Puente Alto



Chile was controlled by another country.

Chile was controlled be Spain.

Chile gained independence in 1810.

Chile is not controlled by another country today.

Chile's official language is Spanish.

Geographical Information

Chile is in southern South America, bordering the South Pacific Ocean, between Argentina and Peru.
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Physical Features

Andes Mountains

Divided into 5 regions: the far north, the near north, central Chile, the south, and the far south

Vegetation, and fauna

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Political and diplomacy Information

Chile has a Republic government

The leader of Chile is Michelle Bachelet

Chile has increasingly assumed regional and international leadership roles befitting its

status as a stable, democratic nation

Economic and trade information

The currency in Chile is Chilean peso

The economic system for Chile is Capitalism


Chile imports: petroleum, petroleum products, chemicals, electrical and telecommunications equipment, industrial machinery, vehicles, natural gas

Chile imports from the U.S., China, Argentina, and Brazil


Chile exports copper, fruit, fish products, paper and pulp, chemicals, and wine

Chile exports to China, the U.S., Japan, South Korea, and Brazil

Tourist Information

People should visit Chile because of the unique landscape, the culture, and the people.

People should go see the capital Santiago because the snow capped Andes Mountains outline this large city, Santiago is Chile's business center.

People should go to Antofagasta because each year on February 14, people wear masks and costumes to celebrate the city's rich history. It is called annual colorful celebration. Antofagasta only has 20 cloudy days a year.


Annual colorful celebration