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Old 01-10-2013, 01:08 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by GastonUSAChile View Post
Wow, believe me I lived since I born 15 years of my life in Santiago, plus thousand of visits after that. Never ever saw the Andes with snow in December-January.
It is unique and no doubt, the effect of global warming but opposite way.

As for the tall building , it will be called 'Sanhattan', the tallest building in South America in a country where a couple of years ago had the hardest earthquake in history after Japan ( 8.5 )
Just cannot be possible. Is that photo from the new tower 'Sanhattan' from another photo? Santiago had 30 degrees celcius the whole month !! Either May or September could be.
Actually the trees are shown brown, so it can not be summer. One photo has the big poster on all sides , the other not.
The shot from below is the real one where the curtain glass wall is almost to the top.

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