[2009] Tyler Richards (PCS Grade 6 2015-2016): Chile

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[2009] Tyler Richards (PCS Grade 6 2015-2016): Chile

Chile

The Capital of Chile is Santiago. The population of Chile is around 16,136,000 people.

The flag has a star in the upper left corner and a small blue box around it. It has a white strip going along the top half and a red one going along the bottom half.

The temperatures can drop to 28 degrees fahrenheit and get as high as 90 degrees fahrenheit. It is warm in the north of Chile and cold and damp in the south.

Their government is a republic governmentand the president of the country is Veronica Michelle Bachelet Jeria.

The crops of Chile are grapes, apples, pears, onions, wheat, corn, oats, peaches, garlic, asparagus, and beans, they are the cheif crops. Livestock meats and production includes beef and poultry.

The Ethnic groups of Chile are white and non-indigenous 88.9%, Mapuche 9.1%, Aymara 0.7%, and indigenous groups 1%.

The languages of Chile, South America are Spanish, Mapudungun, Quechua, Rapa Nui, Huilliche, and other languages.

In Chile, South America they use Chilean Pesos as their currency and they have 227.2 billion USD dollars worth of Gross domestic products.

The recipe for Bistec a lo Pobre is4 sirloin steaks cut to 1/2 inch thickness4 cloves garlic, mashedsalt, pepper, cumin and smoked paprika to taste2 large onions, sliced thinly4 medium Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled and sliced thinly1 packet Sazon seasoning (optional)4 tbsp olive oil4 extra large eggs

The wildlife of Chile brings a variety range of animals and plants. In the northern Chile, there is the harsh desert with typical desertic wildlife such as cacti. One animal is the Andean condor.

Chile's greatest natural resource is its load of copper. Chile also has the world's largest deposits of nitrate, which was the country's major source of export income before copper. Timber, from the thick forests, is another important resource as well in Chile.

The most popular Chilean tradition is the Fiestas Patrias, which is held on September 18 and 19 to commemorate the First Assembly of Government in 1810. The Chilean rodeo is a traditional custom and a national sport. Riders are put to the test as they attempt to rope young bulls on a crescent-shaped field called a “medialuna.”


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