Many countries in Latin America have Plazas of Arms, but San Diego, because of the prosperity and safety of the city, makes people linger!
The Plaza of Arms in Santiago, the capital of Chile, before I went to read the guide, it was a bit scary, saying there were riots, thieves, robberies, etc., so I was very cautious, saying that mobile phones and cameras should not be exposed, which made us panic. There really is that the phone is afraid to take it out. Seeing that the church is very beautiful, I took it out and took a picture and I quickly put it in my pocket. Later, we entered the church and circled the square. It didn't feel as scary as it was written on the Internet! Then we saw someone on the balcony of the next museum, and we went in. The museum is free, but the bags need to be stored. You have to use a coin that looks like one yuan to store your own lockers. You can walk upstairs to one Climb to the balcony of the bell tower on the top floor, but need to wait. It seems that people within about 20 minutes can bring a group of people up, about 6 people at a time, because the stairs are very narrow, only one person can pass, and when you get to the top, you can take the last overlook The picture of the church feels good.