Parish Church Sagrado Corazón, National Monument

Parish Church Sagrado Corazón, National MonumentIglesia Parroquial Sagrado Corazón, Monumento Nacional Being declared Historical Monument in 1992 due to its heritage value, this church is home of typical traditions of the German settlers of Puerto Varas through its architecture, which is based on its Romanesque Revival style. That church can be seen in the entire…


Canoeing people who lived between the Beagle Canal and Cabo de Hornos, cape. Their boats made from oak tree could reach a length of up to 5 meters long. Despite the fact that they were a people of navigators they were able to appreciate the living conditions of the islands and would set up camps made out of conic animal skin canopies, where permanently lit bonfires and covering their bodies with wolf fat was the normal way of keeping themselves warm.