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This monument, inaugurated in 1992 is dedicated to the "Pueblo Indígena" (Indigenous people), who originally populated Chile. It's located in Santiago's "Plaza de Armas" and has caused some controversy because it shows the broken face of a Mapuche man, although it's a tribute to the bravery of the original inhabitants of Chile.  This monument was created by sculptor Enrique Villalobos.
This monument, inaugurated in 1992 is dedicated to the "Pueblo Indígena" (Indigenous people), who originally populated Chile. It's located in Santiago's "Plaza de Armas" and has caused some controversy because it shows the broken face of a Mapuche man, although it's a tribute to the bravery of the original inhabitants of Chile. This monument was created by sculptor Enrique Villalobos.