Chile’s Ministry of Public Works Uses Bentley Software to Unite the Island of Chiloe with Mainland Chile for the First Time

Suspending Disbelief
In southern Chile off the coast of Llanquihue Province, the people of Chiloe have cultivated an island culture steeped in history and tradition. This isolated enclave is famous for its coastal towns with colorful houses built on stilts, 17th century churches designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites, and national parks teaming marine life. Yet to travel to and from the island, locals and visitors alike must book passage on an unreliable ferry for a 45-minute ride across the treacherous Chacao Channel.


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