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Religion in Chile

Religion in Chile

How does religion affect the people's daily lives? This website has a lot of great information about the religions practiced in Chile. It also gives information about what they do practice their religion. The article is not very long, but the information is really good. #Chile #Religion #Life

nationsencyclopedia.com
Government In Chile

Government In Chile

Why did Chile choose the government they did? This website gives a lot of info about their government and answers that question. This is a great site with a lot of good info and doesn't have any adds. This website also sights the source they used. #Chile #Government #Origin

motherearthtravel.com
History In Chile

History In Chile

How have the people adapted to the environment? This website has a lot of great info about the geography of Chile and answers the question I was curious about. This website has a few adds, but it doesn't get in the way of the reading.

geographia.com
History In Chile

History In Chile

Has Chile had any major struggles in the past? This website has very accurate information and answers the question I was asking. This was a really good website information wise. It turns out that they had an independence issue.

britannica.com
Chile Personal Interest

Chile Personal Interest

How long has civilization been around in Chile? I chose Wikipedia because the information seems very accurate, and there would be no reason to put in false information. This website has a lot of information about Chile and how long it's been around. It turns out that they have been around since 3000 BC.

en.wikipedia.org
Foreigners In Chile

Foreigners In Chile

Did Chile get along with foreigners from other continents in the past? I also used Wikipedia for this one because the information seems accurate, and there would be no reason to input false information. The information in this website seems good, and it answers the question I was asking. It seems that they welcomed foreigners.

en.wikipedia.org