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Rancagua and Sewell

Get to know this cradle of heroes and witness of great battles where much of the national independence was born.
A delight for sophisticated palates, you cannot miss a visit to its vineyards that give life to some of the country’s best grapes.
Step back in time and imbue your heart with mining pride visiting the legendary Sewell camp. Known as the city of walkways, you will marvel at the colorful buildings of this World Heritage Site nestled at the foot of the Andes.
Explore its nooks and crannies and original dwellings that housed more than 15,000 workers of the El Teniente copper mine and be amazed by the unusual stories collected by the current Museum of the Large Copper Mining Industry created in its facilities.

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Rancagua and Sewell

Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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  • Sewell

    Visit Sewell, also known as the “city of the stairs”, by walking around the foothills of Negro Hill, the location of this historic town with mining heritage. Be amazed by the architecture of its buildings, which are one of the attractions of this World Heritage Site.

    Enjoy the shop windows of the museum and its rooms where you can get to know more about copper life in Sewell and the history of the people that inhabited this little town set in the middle of the Andes.

Sewell

Visit Sewell, also known as the “city of the stairs”, by walking around the foothills of Negro Hill, the location of this historic town with mining heritage. Be amazed by the architecture of its buildings, which are one of the attractions of this World Heritage Site.

Enjoy the shop windows of the museum and its rooms where you can get to know more about copper life in Sewell and the history of the people that inhabited this little town set in the middle of the Andes.

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