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Hito Cero, Quellon

3.3
#11 of 18 in Sightseeing in Isla Chiloe
Monument Landmark
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  • It ends or begins the Panamerican highway that connects Alaska with Quellón, just when I was a customary feast by there close to so much better, the milestone is only for the photo always when possible since children are uploaded to the monument and stop you from taking a picture only of the monument, you gave a diploma with the recognition that you were there.
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  • Significant and beautiful place, easy access, but unfortunately very dirty, not so much by the tourists, but if by the fishing companies, have all really disgusting. I am quellonino of heart, already through my youth in this beautiful city, when we didn't have light at night, was really beautiful, a shame that firms have the beach turned into a garbage dump of waste plastic.
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  • The place is very sloppy, dirty and feels that not have any respect for the place. The view is cute but nothing from another world. They are not lost anything if they are not.
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  • A nice and charming place by the symbolic: the end of more than 20,000 km of the Pan-American Highway, starting from Alaska. They must go! The environment is beautiful, runs very windy and there are places to eat just steps away. If you like the simple will not be disappointed!
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  • Privileged view of Quellón.
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  • Start or end of the panamericana, tranquility level 100.
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  • Shows what it says, the zero milestone... To get here, as in almost all Chiloé in car no problem, if you're on foot from the Centre of Quellón should take a micro (approx. 15 minutes) for 350 pesos or a faster taxi (approx. 5 minutes) ranging from 1500 to 3000 pesos depending on the driver... from Castro to take bus, recommended Cruz del Sur to 2000 pesos. In the place there is nothing interesting, a position of fast food, parking, beach... It is to remove the picture and point... Or put feet to the water a while... APS, have stolen flags and plaques at the site by what less things there are to see...
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  • In place unique and teanquilo
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