Chile's tallest skyscraper lights up for Xmas

Santiago's Constanera Center, the tallest skyscraper in Chile, has been decked out in a light display to celebrate Christmas.

'Sanhattan', Santiago, Chile.

'Sanhattan', Santiago, Chile. Image by Rodrigo Quezada / CC BY 2.0

The 300-meter building in the city's financial district, known as "Sanhattan", will shine the lights for 2.5 hours each night until 25 December and special equipment is being used to project Christmas images onto the skyscraper's facade. Spectators gathered in the city's Sculpture Park on Saturday night to watch as the building was illuminated while bands performed. Read more: 

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