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Historia de barrio Parque Chacabuco

The history of Chacabuco Park neighborhood is closely related to the large park, which name takes place, consisting of 12 blocks that give great value within the context of the city. The district came alive around a National Gunpowder Factory, which led many neighbors called \ "the powder keg of Flowers \". The factory was located in the south of the park, however, in the late nineteenth century, after an impressive explosion, the plant was lost altogether.

Historia de barrio Parque Chacabuco

The history of Chacabuco Park neighborhood is closely related to the large park, which name takes place, consisting of 12 blocks that give great value within the context of the city. The district came alive around a National Gunpowder Factory, which led many neighbors called \ "the powder keg of Flowers \". The factory was located in the south of the park, however, in the late nineteenth century, after an impressive explosion, the plant was lost altogether.

After this crucial episode in the history of Chacabuco Park neighborhood, the City decided to donate the land that currently make up the neighborhood. They began to see the first farms and vacant land around it. Until 1920, the park was completely enclosed by wire covered by privet. At the intersection of Emilio Miter Assembly and was a gate which was open daily for the movement of people. In the heart of an inn park was dedicated to the sale of fresh milk. Was common to see around the area a lot of vendors: The seller of turkeys, the wafer, the peanut, the barrel organs with the parrots of fate and free fairs or municipal.

The history of Chacabuco Park neighborhood today left an area bounded by Avenida La Plata, Avenida Cobo Centenera street, Calle Camilo Torres, Avenida Dr. Norberto de la Riestra, Avenida Carabobo Avenue Casta ares and Avenue Directory. Notable among its streets green spaces, such as the Plazoleta Discépolo Enrique Santos, also known as \ "hidden square \". Another landmark in the neighborhood is the route of the street Azucena Buttel, since each of the four corners of the block start to its center four very narrow streets that lead to others, in particular detail that all they are exactly the same name: Lily butteler.

Another curious history of Chacabuco Park neighborhood is that their streets have been numerous shootings in films with stars of cinema from the likes of Hugo del Carril, Megan Zini and Santiago Arrieta. A section of the neighborhood is known for some years as Korea Town, reflecting the large number of Koreans who arrived in the area to be mainly between Avenida Eva Perón, Carabobo, Avenida La Plata and Avenida Casta ares.