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The Palacio Pereira is an historical neoclassical building located in the corner of 1515 San Martín and Huérfanos streets, in downtown Santiago metropolitan area in Chile. Built on the second half of the 19th century, it serves as the main headquarters of Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales de Chile (National Monuments Council of Chile), and part of the Constitutional Convention, which will write a new Chilean constitution after a plebiscite held in October 2020.


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The first logo for the building was unveiled on 28 May 2021, along with the launching of their website. The reopening is scheduled by June the 2nd, after being announced on Heritage Day (Día del Patrimonio).[1]


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