Located next to Universidad Católica Metro Station, this center is usually worth a visit not only because of its innovative copper and wooden architecture but also because of the great expositions and cultural events that use to take place there. Chile Monos was actually a very good example of it, as it showed a very complete graphic sample of the whole history of chilean cartoons, so it was very interesting to get to know all those kinds of styles of cartoons over the years, and to see how have them diversified lately also with the help of technology. I was really impressed that there were so much cartoons and that some of them were really high quality, as I definitely wasn't aware that Chile was that developed in that area. The sample included a special place both for the chilean winner of the 2017's Academy Award for the best Animated Short Film, and for the first chilean cartoon. There you can watch some videos about these latest. I only missed there weren't more about the other cartoons, but I definitely recommend a visit anyway!
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