Chile country is a Brand
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Social issues
Country sponsor gets banner above all the 6 categories
Separate coverage
Funding Agencies
Country capital
National Capital
Santiago (official)
Valparaíso (legislative)
National Population
Latest population
Independence Day
September 18
National Helplines
Police - 133
Ambulance - 131
Fire - 132
Child help-line - 147
Wildfire/forest fire or vegetation fire - 130
Useful mnemonic is ABC123 : Ambulancia (Ambulance) 131, Bomberos (Fire) 132, Carabineros (Police) 133. 911 redirects to 133
Tollfree Airline - 800-735-5526

Emergency numbers
Ambulance: 131
Fire: 132
Police 132

National Animal
National Bird
Andean condor (national bird)
National Flower
Copihue/Chilean Bellflower (Lapageria Rosea)
National Fruit
National Language
National Currency
Chilean Peso
Botanical Gardens

Flag Description
two equal horizontal bands of white (top) and red; a blue square the same height as the white band at the hoist-side end of the white band; the square bears a white five-pointed star in the center representing a guide to progress and honor; blue symbolizes the sky, white is for the snow-covered Andes, and red represents the blood spilled to achieve independence

National anthem
"Himno Nacional de Chile"
This country is different : You must know it
Chile may derive its name from the indigenous Mapuche word chilli, which may mean “where the land ends.”
Another meaning attributed to Chile’s name is the onomatopoeic “cheele-cheele”—the Mapuche imitation of a bird call.
Chile has the largest annual fireworks show in all of South America in the city of Valparaiso during its famed New Year’s Pyrotechnic Festival. In 2007, Valparaiso shot for the Guinness Book of World Records with the largest amount of fireworks exploded in one evening: 16,000.
With over 100 wineries in the country, Chile is now the 5th largest exporter of wine in the world.
Chile is the longest country in the world from north to south at 2,647 miles (4,620 km) long
Chile is one of the few countries on earth that has a government-supported UFO research organization.
Chile’s Central District has had so many reported UFO sightings over the past 20 years that in 2008, the town of San Clemente opened a 19-mile UFO trail that winds through the Andes Mountains, whose plateaus apparently make great landing pads for the UFOs.
Chilean husbands and wives have different last names because women keep their maiden names. If they have the same last names, they are often considered brother and sister.
Divorce in Chile was legalized only in 2005, and the country has one of the lowest divorce rates globally.