Santiago, Chile: Britians Queen Elizabeth II, is welcomed by the President of Chile
Santiago, Chile: Britian's Queen Elizabeth II, is welcomed by the President of Chile, Eduardo Frei (right) as she and the Duke of Edinburgh (left), arrived at Santiago Airport on November 11th, for the start of their state visit to Chile.
13 November 1968
Chile, Duke Of Edinburgh, Eduardo Frei, Queen Elizabeth Ii, Royal Visit, Royalty, Santiago, Santiago Airport
Santiago Rusinol and Prats (Barcelona, ??1861-Aranjuez, 1931), Spanish painter
Santiago Rusinol and Prats (Barcelona, ??1861-Aranjuez, 1931), Spanish painter, writer and playwright in Catalan language. He traveled to Paris in 1889, where he lived in Montmartre with Ramon Casas and Ignacio Zuloaga, there he became familiar with the symbolism and the painting outdoors. After returning to Spain, he founded in Sitges the workshop-museum Cau Ferrat, and frequents social gatherings in Barcelona at Els Quatre Gats
Santiago Ramon y Cajal (Petilla of Aragon, Navarra, 1852-Madrid, 1934), Professor
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