Friday, October 23, 2015

Isla Negra, Chile - 2015

On March, I got to travel with some of my classmates to Chile. We went there to receive some classes at the Main House of the Federico Santa Maria Technical University, but we also got to do some touring.

One of the places we visited was the House-Museum of Pablo Neruda, in Isla Negra.
We weren’t allowed to take pictures inside of the house, but I can tell you that it was gorgeous!
The rooms were inspired in ships and train wagons. Some of them were filled with figureheads and other parts of boats, position finding instruments, maps, there was also a collection of butterflies, and statues.

The bedroom was strategically placed in a way that the first rays of the sun would come in through the huge window located behind the bed, and the sunset could be appreciated through another huge window located right in front of the bed, which was facing the sea.

Here are some of the pictures I took:

Lots of Love,

- Salha - 

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