Los Ríos Region

Valdivian Fort System founded by the Spaniards in Corral.
Valdivia.
Map of the Los Rios Region and the remaining Los Lagos Region (Grey). Paillaco is in Valdivia province instead of Ranco Province, as initially proposed.
Map of the drainage network of Valdivia River. Valdivia River empties to Corral Bay in the Pacific Ocean. View of Panguipulli Lake.

One of Chile's 16 regions, the country's first-order administrative divisions.

- Los Ríos Region

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Regions of Chile

Divided into 16 regions , which are the country's first-level administrative division.

Divided into 16 regions , which are the country's first-level administrative division.

With the creation of regions XIV (Los Ríos Region) and XVI (Ñuble Region) in the south and XV (Arica y Parinacota Region) in the north (XIII was not used) in 2007, the north-south Roman numeral order was broken.

Los Lagos Region

One of Chile's 16 regions, which are first order administrative divisions, and comprises four provinces: Chiloé, Llanquihue, Osorno and Palena.

One of Chile's 16 regions, which are first order administrative divisions, and comprises four provinces: Chiloé, Llanquihue, Osorno and Palena.

Köppen climate types in Los Lagos Region

The region is bordered on the north by Los Ríos Region, on the south by Aisén Region, on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the east by Argentina (provinces of Neuquén, Río Negro and Chubut).

Valdivia Province

Valdivia Province (Provincia de Valdivia; ) is one of two provinces of the southern Chilean region of Los Ríos (XIV).

La Unión, Chile

La Unión is a city and commune of the Ranco Province in the Los Ríos Region in Chile.

Valdivia

City and commune in southern Chile, administered by the Municipality of Valdivia.

City and commune in southern Chile, administered by the Municipality of Valdivia.

Idealized illustration of Pastene from Alonso de Ovalle's "Histórica relación del Reyno de Chile"
Picture of Pedro de Valdivia, conquistador of Chile and founder of Valdivia
Image of Torreón El Canelo restored in the 1850s. It is one of two remaining Spanish towers in Valdivia used to defend the city and one of the few remaining colonial structures
A painting of the assault on Corral fort
Friar Camilo Henríquez born in Valdivia was one of the founding fathers of the Republic of Chile
A street in Valdivia after the earthquake of 22 May 1960
Picture of Michelle Bachelet's visit to Valdivia in 2007 in which she confirmed the creation of Los Ríos Region
Kunstmann Brewery, Valdivia, Chile
Map of Valdivia and its surroundings
View of Valdivia from west
Valdivia products treemap, 2020
Picture of Niebla lighthouse situated just above the Niebla fort
Pedro de Valdivia Bridge and the city's sea lion colony
The New Cau Cau bridge in Valdivia has been restored and fixed.
Haverbeck Canal
Libertad Walk & Valdivia cathedral
Isla Teja and Torobayo connected by the Río Cruces Bridge
Pedro de Valdivia Bridge
UACh Botanical Garden
Plaza de la República
Sea lions by the riverside market
An obelisk
Universidad Austral de Chile housing
A German-styled house on General Lagos Street
Haverbeck Canal of the Valdivia River
Valdivia, Chile

Since October 2007, Valdivia has been the capital of Los Ríos Region and is also the capital of Valdivia Province.

German Chileans

German Chileans (germanochilenos; Deutsch-Chilenen) are Chileans descended from German immigrants, about 30,000 of whom arrived in Chile between 1846 and 1914.

German Chileans (germanochilenos; Deutsch-Chilenen) are Chileans descended from German immigrants, about 30,000 of whom arrived in Chile between 1846 and 1914.

Incursions and settlements of the Conquistadores
Valparaíso, Chile, in 1830
German settlers in Aysén Region in the 1930s.
German settlers in Aysén Region in 1951.
Raw beef crudos are considered a typical German-Chilean dish similar to the German mett. The one in picture are from Café Hausmann in Valdivia.
Entrance to the Kunstmann Brewery and restaurant in Valdivia, Chile
German Lutheran church in Frutillar, Chile

The 19th-century immigrants settled chiefly in Chile's Araucanía, Los Ríos and Los Lagos regions in the so-called Zona Sur of Chile, including the Chilean lake district.

Corral, Chile

Corral and its fort as seen from Niebla
The destroyed center of Corral in Autumn 1960

Corral is a town, commune and sea port in Valdivia Province, Los Ríos Region, Chile.

El Ranco

El Ranco Province (Provincia del Ranco) is one of two provinces of the southern Chilean region of Los Ríos.

Los Lagos, Chile

Los Lagos is a Chilean city and commune in Valdivia Province, Los Ríos Region.

Río Bueno, Chile

City and commune in southern Chile administered by the Municipality of Río Bueno.

City and commune in southern Chile administered by the Municipality of Río Bueno.

Río Bueno on the map

It is located in Ranco Province in Los Ríos Region.