Distribution of pre-Hispanic people of Chile
Forest surroundings of the Province
Santiago at night
The financial district in Santiago de Chile
Metropolitan communes by Human Development Index
Santiago de Chile
View of Palacio de La Moneda
East Santiago
East Santiago
Typical middle-class neighbourhood
View of the region's rural part
One of the region's ski centres
Polo national team with ex-president Michelle Bachelet after winning Polo's World Cup

The Picunche (a Mapudungun word meaning "North People"), also referred to as picones by the Spanish, were a Mapudungun-speaking people living to the north of the Mapuches or Araucanians (a name given to those Mapuche living between the Itata and Toltén rivers) and south of the Choapa River and the Diaguitas.

- Picunche

Before the Iberian conquest, the central zone of Chile was sparsely inhabited by an indigenous population of Picunches, the northern branch of the Mapuches.

- Santiago Province, Chile
Distribution of pre-Hispanic people of Chile

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