Valparaiso, Pacific gem. Bohemian style is colorful, Valparaiso invites you to explore new urban environment, interesting art gallery or food corner, and its maze of hills is the inspiration of poets and writers. The charming architecture of the charming world heritage city. Stroll along narrow streets, endless staircases, historic elevators and many scenic spots. Excited by the jo
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## Suddenly I really like this place, this coastline with almost no one, I sit quietly for a long time, there are sea lions playing in the distance, faintly seeing the cruise ship passing by, the sun is a little shy Go down, put your favorite song in the headphones... The sea breeze here is not big, blowing your love words, Hu looked at me..
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Valparaiso, the third largest city in Chile, is an important seaport on the eastern coast of the Pacific Ocean in South America, the Aconcagua region of Chile and the capital of the province of Valparaso. Located on the south bank of Valparaiso Bay, about 130 km southeast of Santiago.
"The City of Erotic" Valparaiso, also known as "Pacific Pearl", is a must-see for you to come to Chile. Nobel literary winner Neruda has lived here and wrote the most beautiful for it. The text, the painters in the streets, wherever they are, dyed the color.
The 28-seat elevator connecting Concepcin and the seaside is the most special means of transportation. It has a history of 134 years and is one of the best ways to see the city. Although it has been listed as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, it is often easy to catch fire here, so the beautiful scenery is still coming early, otherwise it may not be seen any day. There is Chile's strongest color and it is also an art paradise for artists.
In fact, I also want to learn to paint! Seeing the walls of Valparaiso is full of graffiti really like it! I don't know if there is an artist living in every house?