Palacio de La Moneda
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- Palacio de La MonedaFirst to ReviewNov 07, 2013
The seat of Chilean government, La Moneda is an 18th century architectural gem, housing the offices of the President and three cabinet ministers. It's huge--it takes up an entire city block--and many of the interior courtyards are open to the public. There's also a changing of the guard ceremony every other day at 10am.
- Palacio de La MonedaMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4Aug 11, 2012
While visiting the Palacio de la Moneda (the Chilean President's Palace) in August of 2012 we found ourselves in the middle of a raging battle between anarchists and communists on one side, and the Chilean National Police on the other. We were overcome by the tear gas being used to put down this violent uprising.
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Aliases: The Moneda, Moneda Palace, Presidential Palace Moneda