This hill is far-sighted and full of colorful houses. In fact, it is Chile's largest slum, similar to Rio, Brazil. This may be a kind of South American culture. Although it is a slum, there are many works of art. The graffiti on the street is pleasant to the eye. The colorful painting of the whole street has become an indispensable landscape of Valparaiso.
Concepcion is the capital of Chile's Biobio region and the center of the Greater Concepcion region. Founded in 1550. Earthquakes, tsunami damage, relocation of city sites, 1754 relocation site. There are abundant agricultural products and abundant water resources around. Nearby coal production, coal mines account for more than 90% of the country, one of the important national industrial and commercial centers. Agriculturally developed, it is the trade center of wine and grain. Industries include textiles, flour, leather, glass, ceramics, sugar, steel, paper, oil refining, etc. There is a railway to San Diego. There is the University of Concepcion. Transportation is very convenient.
The pictures were nice, but the road was dirty and smelled of urine all the way.
This is where you come. You must enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Along the street with a slope slowly up, with the gradual opening of the field of vision, colorful graffiti works of different styles also one by one into the eye. This is not a place to win with natural scenery. Standing on the hill, you can see the whole coastal city. Perhaps the memory of the village next to Busan is aroused. Graffiti slums, like church bell towers, stand uneven levels, perhaps at night the stars will be another style.
The houses of various colors have become a sight of the city.
Standing on the top of the hill and watching the sunset by the sea, I feel very good.
It's not very good either. It's okay to play here.
When the sun sets to the west, the remaining sun sets against the hills and the scenery is very charming.