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Agustin Ross Edwards
Agustín Ross
Agustín Ross
Edwards (February 5, 1844 – October 20, 1926) was a Chilean politician, diplomat, and banker. He was son of David Ross and Carmen Edwards Ossandon; both were of British ancestry. He was married to Susana Ferari. Biography[edit] Ross studied at the Carlos Black and Simon Kerr School in La Serena. He studied at the Queen Street Institution in Scotland
Scotland
between 1856 and 1860. He participated in the trades of the bank of the Edwards family. He was private agent in London
London
of the Government Junta of Iquique
Iquique
in 1891. He was plenipotentiary minister in Great Britain
Great Britain
in February 1892. Ross moved to Pichilemu
Pichilemu
around 1890 and bought some land in the town. In San Fernando, in September 1885, he bought some property from Francisco Torrealba, on a site that was located at the Pichilemu beach
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Pichilemu
Pichilemu
Pichilemu
(Mapudungun: Small forest, pronounced [pitʃiˈlemu] ( listen)), originally known as Pichilemo,[8] is a beach resort city and commune in central Chile, and capital of Cardenal Caro Province. The commune comprises an urban centre and twenty-two villages, such as Ciruelos, Cáhuil, and Espinillo. It is located southwest of Santiago, the capital of Chile. Pichilemu
Pichilemu
had over 13,000 residents as of 2012. The Pichilemu
Pichilemu
area was long populated by the indigenous Promaucaes. European-Chilean development began in the mid-sixteenth century, as conquistador Pedro de Valdivia
Pedro de Valdivia
gave Juan Gómez de Almagro the Topocalma encomienda (which included the current territory of Pichilemu) in January 1541
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Charly's School
Charly's School
Charly's School
is a Chilean private school located in Pichilemu, Cardenal Caro Province.Contents1 History 2 Administrative staff 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Originally a kindergarten school called Jardín Infantil Jean Piaget, it began teaching primary education in 1988 under the initiative of Carlos Yáñez González and Melania Orellana Rojas, the owners of the jardín infantil, and renamed it to Colegio Jean Piaget. However, it was not recognized as a primary school by the Ministry of Education until 5 March 1990. It was then renamed to Colegio Particular Charly's School. In 1995, it was declared a state-subsidized private school by the Ministry of Education.[3] In August 2010, the U.S
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Government Of Pichilemu
The Government of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
comprises the Mayor of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
and Pichilemu
Pichilemu
City Council. They are housed within Pichilemu
Pichilemu
town hall. Mayor of Pichilemu[edit] Main article: Mayor of Pichilemu The Mayor of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
is elected every 4 years
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Pichilemu City Hall
The Pichilemu City Hall
Pichilemu City Hall
served as the city's administrative headquarters where the Pichilemu City Council
Pichilemu City Council
meets. It was constructed from 1891 until May 6, 1894.[1][2] The building was located in the Ángel Gaete street,[3] in a terrain of 1,660 square metres (17,900 sq ft) that descends suddenly from the street level. It was conformed by a 2-floors building, a zócalo, a complementary construction (260 square metres (2,800 sq ft)) and a yard
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Mayor Of Pichilemu
The Mayor of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
is an elected politician who is the head of the executive branch of government of the commune of Pichilemu, Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins Region, Chile. The mayor presides over the local city council, composed of six members, and serves as the civic representative of the commune. The mayor is popularly elected in a municipal election, by simple majority. The office is held for a four-year term without term limits. Forty different individuals, including acting mayors, have held the office of mayor since the commune of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
was created in December 1891. José María Caro Martínez, elected in 1894, was the inaugural mayor of the commune, and served for almost four consecutive terms, interrupted by his resignation in 1905
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Pichilemu City Council
The Pichilemu
Pichilemu
City Council (Spanish: Concejo Municipal de Pichilemu) is the legislative body of the City of Pichilemu. The council meets in Pichilemu
Pichilemu
City Hall. City Council[edit] The City Council consists of seven members, including the Mayor.[1] City council members and the Mayor are chosen by elections every 4 years
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Public Safety Agency Of Pichilemu
Apoyo a la Seguridad Ciudadana
Apoyo a la Seguridad Ciudadana
de Pichilemu
Pichilemu
(English: Public Safety Agency of Pichilemu) is a public safety agency of Pichilemu, a city in central Chile
Chile
on the coast of the Pacific Ocean
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Agustín Ross Cultural Centre
Agustín Ross
Agustín Ross
Cultural Centre (Spanish, Centro Cultural Agustín Ross), previously known as Casino Ross (Ross Casino), is the cultural center of the city of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
in Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins Region, Chile. It was constructed between 1906 and 1909 at the request of politician Agustín Ross
Agustín Ross
Edwards. The structure of the cultural center is very similar to that of the Grand Trianon
Grand Trianon
in Versailles, France. It is best known for housing one of the first casinos of Chile; a casino operated in the building between 1917 and 1931. After 1931 all casinos, except the newly opened Casino de Viña del Mar, were declared illegal. The building has also been used as a post office, a store selling imported goods, a hotel, a discotheque, and a bar
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Estación Pichilemu
Estación Pichilemu, also known as the Estación de Ferrocarriles de Pichilemu
Pichilemu
(Spanish: Railway station
Railway station
of Pichilemu) was a railway station in Pichilemu, Chile. It is a wood construction dated c. 1925,[1] located in front of the Petrel Lake, near Daniel Ortúzar Avenue (34°23′08.42″S 72°00′09.30″W / 34.3856722°S 72.0025833°W / -34.3856722; -72.0025833)
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Parque Ross
Agustín Ross
Agustín Ross
Park
Park
(Spanish: Parque Agustín Ross) is a park located in the Agustín Ross
Agustín Ross
Avenue, in front of the old Ross Casino, in Pichilemu. It is a National Monument of Chile. The original park contains 100-year-old native Canary Island Date palms (Phoenix canariensis) and many green spaces. Both the park and the former casino were named National Monuments on February 25, 1988,[1] and the majority of the houses situated in the park are private homes
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Agustín Ross Balcony
The Ross Balcony
Balcony
(Spanish: Mirador de Agustín Ross, also known as Mirador el Infiernillo) is a balcony constructed by Agustín Ross Edwards in 1910.[1] It is located over rocks in the southern part of the beach of Pichilemu,[2] in the Paseo de la Juventud (Spanish: Youthfulness Walk).[3][4] The waves came up to the balcony until the 1960 Valdivia earthquake. Agustín Ross designed it with the purpose to view the sea.[5] He constructed groceries near the balcony and became one of the most important places in the rise of the city. References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Agustín Ross Balcony. Pichilemu
Pichilemu
portal^ Arraño, José (July 14, 2008). Hombres y Cosas de Pichilemu (fragment) (in Spanish). Retrieved April 12, 2010.  ^ "Pichilemu" (in Spanish). Familia.cl. Archived from the original on January 12, 2010. Retrieved 2010-05-24.  ^ "Turismo Chile - Pichilemu" (in Spanish)
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Hotel Ross
The Hotel
Hotel
Ross is an old hotel in the Chilean city of Pichilemu. It was created by Agustín Ross
Agustín Ross
Edwards in 1885, and remodeled in December 1987. The park is located on Agustín Ross
Agustín Ross
Avenue, in front of the old Ross Casino. The hotel was originally named Great Hotel
Hotel
Pichilemu
Pichilemu
(Spanish: Gran Hotel
Hotel
Pichilemu). The once grand Ross Hotel
Hotel
was constructed at the same time. Although the hotel, one of the oldest in Chile,[citation needed] is still partially open to guests, it is in a high state of disrepair.When he came here, there was nothing. Just a pair of houses, or less. He gave a form to the town, he gave it European looks. Look these balustrades which decorate the slope or the ones which border the park, are the same which Mr
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Colegio De La Preciosa Sangre De Pichilemu
Colegio de la Preciosa Sangre de Pichilemu[n 1] (Spanish pronunciation: [koˈlexjo ðe la pɾeˈsjosa ˈsaŋɡɾe ðe pitʃiˈlemu] ( listen), English: " Pichilemu
Pichilemu
School of the Precious Blood"), often shortened to Preciosa Sangre, is a coeducational Roman Catholic private state-subsidized day school, serving students in preschool (Chile's pre-kínder) through twelfth grade (cuarto medio), located in the commune of Pichilemu, Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins Region, Chile. It was founded in April 1947 by the Chilean Congregation of the Precious Blood as a girls' school under the name of Escuela Doctor Eugenio Díaz Lira. The school has been fully coeducational since March 1979, and was renamed to its current name in 1986
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Coat Of Arms Of Pichilemu
The coat of arms of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
(Spanish: Escudo de armas de Pichilemu) is the official heraldic symbol representing the city of Pichilemu, the capital of the Chilean province of Cardenal Caro. It consists of a party per cross referencing the importance of tourism in Pichilemu, and the commune's agricultural, huaso origins. The coat of arms is crested with a "symbolical representation of Pichilemu's past and present: a balaustrade fused in a mitre",[n 1] worn by José María Caro Rodríguez, the first Cardinal of the Chilean Roman Catholic Church, who was born in the village of San Antonio de Petrel, in Pichilemu. In September 1986, the municipality of Pichilemu
Pichilemu
and the Council of Communal Development (CODECO) made a public call for tenders to create a coat of arms for the commune, similar to that of the province of Cardenal Caro
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Escuela Digna Camilo Aguilar
Pichilemu
Pichilemu
(Mapudungun: Small forest, pronounced [pitʃiˈlemu] ( listen)), originally known as Pichilemo,[8] is a beach resort city and commune in central Chile, and capital of Cardenal Caro Province. The commune comprises an urban centre and twenty-two villages, such as Ciruelos, Cáhuil, and Espinillo. It is located southwest of Santiago, the capital of Chile. Pichilemu
Pichilemu
had over 13,000 residents as of 2012. The Pichilemu
Pichilemu
area was long populated by the indigenous Promaucaes. European-Chilean development began in the mid-sixteenth century, as conquistador Pedro de Valdivia
Pedro de Valdivia
gave Juan Gómez de Almagro the Topocalma encomienda (which included the current territory of Pichilemu) in January 1541
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