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On a walking tour of Old Santiago we stopped to admire the beauty and hear some of the history of this fabulous old building. It demands respect and is worth stopping by to take some photos of it's impressive façade and the statue of Manuel...More
This impressive neoclassical building was built in 2 phases between 1905 and 1930. It occupies a full block, diagonally across from the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino and near the Plaza de Armas. The building housing the Supreme Court of Chile, the Court of Appeals...More
Because it is closed on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) when we "found" this Palacio, we were not able to enter it. We admired, however, its beautiful facades. Construction was going on during our 4-day visit of Santiago and we intend to visit it next time...More
The interior of this building is an open concept hall surrounded by two levels of balconies. The Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and Martial Court can be found here. There is also a small, but traditional looking law library in the basement. Worth stopping in...More