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My tour was not in Ancud that long but the plaza was alive at the time with a protest and a singer. The plaza itself is large enough for a small town. Its focus is a bandstand. The cathedral is at one end and other...More
I like the whole concept of public squares - areas that are the centers of community life, where everyone strolls, meets, greets and generally comes together at all sorts of times, sometimes in a hurry, other times for a nap on a bench. The Castro...More
We strolled numerous times through this small but pleasant square. It was especially nice one afternoon when the sun finally appeared after a rainy day, a very talented saxophonist played, jugglers busied and children zoomed about on wheeled toys. A nice relaxed family atmosphere, also...More
It is a very well kept and busy plaza.People selling clothes,fruit, nail files,etc,etc. You name they´re more than likely selling it. For thoses who are worried about thieves, we didn´t feel threatened at all.We were there during Chile´s Teletón and it was packed.If you want...More
We stopped by this plaza during a trip on the island with a small tour group. There is an interesting craft bazaar, made up of a number of stalls, to one side of the plaza...very much worth a visit. This was a serene spot on...More