The Petrohué River drains Lake Todos los Santos in Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. It is the largest park in the Chilean Lake District and adjoins Nahuel Huapi National Park in Argentina to form one of the biggest contiguous tracts of protected trans-Andean wilderness in South America. Established in 1926, it is the second oldest national park in Chile.
Created in 1995, this Museum brings together about 400 pieces, which not only represent the history of the Church of Concepción, but also the peninsula, associated with the different cathedrals that the city has had, the art of different eras, the use of Latin, the ancient liturgical vestments and the visit of Pope John Paul II to Concepción.
Founded as a fortress at Cape Horn in 1767, Ancud is today one of the most visited attractions by tourists from all over the world for being the best located city in Chiloé. It is the political and military capital, and has a beautiful urban infrastructure planning that combines the typical architecture of the area with the modernity of recent constructions.