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Barrio Italia, also called Barrio Santa Isabel, covers the northwest sector of the municipality of Ñuñoa and the surponiente sector of the municipality of Providencia, 1 in the city of Santiago, the capital of Chile.
It is a neighborhood of old buildings, where immigrant craftsmen from different countries lived, 2 highlighting the Italians, who generated an active trade among the residents themselves.
At present, it is a well-known district of the Chilean capital that stands out for its wide gastronomic offer, specifically when it comes to international gastronomy, of which there are several places offering Italian, Peruvian, Chinese, Ecuadorian, Spanish, French, and Texan food. , Uruguayan, Venezuelan, Vietnamese, Turkish, Indian and Thai, in addition to the various cafes, decorative shops, stores and heritage workshops located in the place.
In the neighborhood, in addition, you can find the plaza Guillermo Francke in the sector of Ñuñoa, the Italian embassy in Chile and various educational institutions.
Its limits are approximated in the avenues Bilbao, to the north, Irarrázaval to the south, Bustamante to the west and José Miguel Claro to the east, however, its commercial epicenter, for what the neighborhood has been characterized in recent years, has its limit this on Avenida Salvador and not on José Miguel Claro. Likewise, Avenida Italia is the main street of the neighborhood, where most of the businesses are located, and for this reason the neighborhood has such a name.3