Geography Project - Santiago, Chile

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Geography Project - Santiago, Chile

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In Santiago, there are wet winters, hot summers, warm springs, and cold falls. It is very foggy because of pollution. There is a 261.6 minimum precipitation.

There are many types of vegetaion in Santiago. Some are: cacti, mushrooms, creeping plants, bulb plants, ferns, climbers, biannuals, annuals, perennials, and shrubs. Also, 50% of Santiago has deciduous trees!


My mother would probably have the job of a North American English teacher. My father would be a sales representative in automotave. And of course, my siblings and I would go to school.


Santiago, Chile

One interesting feature about Santiago are the Andes Mountains. The Andes Mountains is one of the largest mountain ranges in the world. It includes glaciers, volcanoes, grasslands, deserts, lakes, and forests.

Geographical Features

Latitude & Longitude 30.4333° S latitude70.6667° W longitude

Santiago is an urban area. It is urban because it's the largest city in Chile.

Area Type

The key cultural characteristics of Santiago is the music, literatures, arts, cuisine, cinema, and sports.

Cultural Characteristics

I would not like to live in Santiago, Chile because I like it when there are hot and cold seasons. Also, I do not like living directly in the city.

Resources1. howstuffworks.com2. worldweatheronline.com3. chileflora.com4. learn4good.com5.


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