10 Interesting Facts About Coronel, Chile

Facts About Coronel, Chile

Facts About Coronel

  1. Coronel is a Chilean city and commune, in the Concepción Province of the eighth region of Biobío.
  2. During World War I, A naval Battle of Coronel between ships of the United Kingdom and Germany was fought on 1 November 1914 off the coast of Coronel.
  3. The total area of Coronel commune is 279.4 km2 (108 sq mi).
  4. Coronel’s culinary scene is influenced by its coastal location, with fresh seafood being a prominent feature in local markets. Traditional Chilean dishes like ceviche and empanadas are likely to be part of the local cuisine.
  5. Coronel served as the seat of the Lautaro Department, subsequently renamed the Coronel Department.
  6. Santa María Island forms part of Coronel, represented there by a municipal delegate.
  7. The Average temperature of Coronel in summer is 17 °C (63 °F) and 8 °C (46 °F) in winter.
  8. The city features a blend of architectural styles, ranging from colonial-era buildings to more contemporary structures. The Iglesia San Pedro Apóstol is a notable historic site
  9. The estimated population of Coronel is 109,709, as of 2017 and The population reflects a mix of cultures, including influences from the indigenous Mapuche people, European heritage, and modern Chilean culture.
  10. Historically, Coronel has been associated with the coal mining industry, playing a significant role in the extraction and transportation of coal.

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