Welcome to Angol


The town straddles the Río Vergara, an upper tributary of the Biobío formed by the confluence of the Ríos Picoiquén and Rehue. The city's older core lies west of the river and centers on the attractive Plaza de Armas. The plaza has huge, shady trees, well-kept flower beds and a fountain adorned by four gloriously poised marble statues that represent Europe, Asia, the Americas and Africa.


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Angol in detail