The Naval Building is located on Sotomayor Square in Valparaiso City.It is a rather gorgeous building.There are many local attractions near the Naval Building, such as the monument of heroes, courts, etc.
This is a very characteristic graffiti art on the streets of Valparaiso. Various patterns are painted with gorgeous colors on the walls of buildings. Some are characters, some are landscapes, and some are abstract paintings. They are all kinds of art. They are really masters in the folk.
It is the biggest surprise of a day trip to Valparaiso, I didn't plan to go, it was a mistake. There is a maritime museum next to it. Because I am engaged in culture and art related industries, I went in and took a look. The special explanation is interesting. You can learn about the glorious naval history of Chile by the way. There is no explanation, and many of the labels are also in Spanish. It is recommended to find a tour guide who knows a little bit because we booked it temporarily. The guide's half-hearted Spanish is not as good as Google Translate. It is recommended to leave more than two hours for the tour time. You can also buy souvenirs at the entrance. Tickets seem to be only a few dollars. You can see all the leaders on the Chilean peso in the museum! The little brother on guard in the Navy Building is handsome
The naval building faces the sea, and Chile is also a country that is disconnected from the sea.
The Navy Building is a landmark building in this port city, with a beautiful sea on the back. The building is very beautiful, although not high, it has a very mighty feeling