Breeds that learned how to adapt themselves to different contexts of our country. They have participated in the urban and rural changes of our history, and nowadays they are an important part of our daily life.
In pies, purée, omelettes, fried and even on salads; this native ingredient of our continent has always been present in the tables of our national territory, as it also happens in our neighbour countries.
A unique piece of earth that is also an invitation to explore its beautiful landscapes, its native fauna and all of its mysteries. Chiloé offers a variety of activities that have to be within the plans of every visitors.
Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes has given two organizations and two individuals the recognition of Living Human Treasures due to their contribution to culture, and their patrimonial heritage that they have cultivated for decades.
On November 15, 1945, Lucila Godoy was awarded the Nobel Prize for her contributions to Literature. An acknowledgement of her work as a poet and a reflection of the emotions of the Latin American culture.