Chile Independence Day

Chile Independence Day Quick Facts

2022 DateSeptember 18, 2022
2023 DateSeptember 18, 2023
Chile Independence Day

Chile Independence Day History

Chile Independence Day commemorates the country’s culture and independence. Their path to independence from Spain began on September 18th of 1810. Chile had to fight for eight more years to earn their total freedom. Chile officially proclaimed independence on February 12th of 1818. The holiday is observed annually on September 18th.

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Chile Independence Day Facts

  • According to The Guinness Book of Records, Chile has the world’s largest swimming pool with a length of 1,000 yards, an area of 20 acres and a maximum depth of 115- feet. It holds 66 million gallons of crystal clear seawater. The pool was opened in December 2006 and took five years of construction work with a cost of nearly 1 billion dollars and an annual maintenance cost of about 2 million.
  • According to The Fact File, Chile is a conducive place for astronomical observations. Astrologers from around the world come to the country to make their observations as there are more than 300 nights of clear weather available in the Norte Grande part of Chile.

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