Chile's northern region II water utility Aguas de Antofagasta (Adasa) is engaged in potable water production and distribution, as well as wastewater collection, treatment and disposal. Its concession area includes the cities of Antofagasta, Calama, Mejillones, Taltal, and Tocopilla.
The Museum of the Atacama Desert is located at the feet of the Huanchaca Ruins, a silver foundation in the south of the city of Antofagasta, north of Chile. The ruins are a national monument since 1974, therefore constituting the starting point, which sets an outline in order to create the strategy that was finally adopted for the museum.
El misterio de Gabriela Mistraly en Antofagasta. Publicado el Jueves, 04 Agosto 2016 14:41 La poetisa Gabriela Mistral, como se sabe ya había firmado colaboraciones literarias con su nombre verdadero, Lucia Godoy Alcayaga, en “La voz de Elqui”, periódico de Vicuña, en 1905 y en “La Idea”, revista del Centro José Manuel Balmaceda de la Serena, allá por 1909.
Inesperadamente, estalló la caldera de la máquina a vapor causando la muerte de cuatro trabajadores, entre ellos el rondín Evaristo Montt, cuyos restos volaron por sobre las instalaciones y fueron a parar afuera del recinto, cayendo junto al murallón donde está su animita, precisamente.
Located opposite the sea, the Huanchaca ruins were built in 1888. They were nothing else than a refinery owned by Compañía Minera de Huanchaca, raised to process the mineral coming from various points in the region, mostly from the Bolivian silver mines.
Antofagasta is the first city in Chile which has a municipal school operating within a military compound: "Recovery Center for Integrative Studies in Military Training", located within the Reinforced Regiment No. 20 "La Concepción". Sport Football. In Antofagasta, the most popular sport is soccer.
Llullaillaco is located about 300 kilometres (190 mi) east of the Peru-Chile Trench. The Wadati-Benioff zone is 180 kilometres (110 mi) deep. Llullaillaco is located in the northwestern Argentine Andes, towards the southern end of the Puna. The border between Argentina (Salta Province) and Chile crosses the volcano.
Coordinates The Mano del Desierto is a large-scale sculpture of a hand located in the Atacama Desert in Chile, 75 km to the south of the city of Antofagasta, on the Panamerican Highway The nearest point of reference is the "Ciudad Empresarial La Negra" (La Negra Business City).
La Portada Natural Monument This peculiar rocky formation resembles a white arch. Set in an area where strong waves crash into the cliffs, behold the power of nature reflected in these stone walls, which are actually mountain tops of the Coastal Mountain Range.
República de Croacia entre límite sur Parque Las Almejas y calle Pedro León Gallo, Antofagasta. Dato. Cerca del Parque Croacia se encuentra el restaurante temático Puerto Caliche, un centro gastronómico con los mejores sabores del mar y con un diseño que emula la proa de un barco hecho con piedras.
An ideal place to rest, Plaza Colon remains Antofagasta's main square and home of the famous Clock Tower, a replica of London's Big Ben erected in honor of the centennial of Chile's independence. The square also boasts a statue of Isabella and Ferdinand, a gift from Spain, a cathedral, library, and the Retreat Kiosk, donated by Yugoslav immigrants.
The St. Joseph's Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de Antofagasta) also called Antofagasta Cathedral It is a religious building of the Catholic Church located in the city of Antofagasta, northern Chile, opposite the Colón square, along San Martin Street.It is neo-Gothic style and has beautiful stained glass windows inside, was built between 1907 and 1917.