Bruna Palace in Santiago,Chile.

Bruna Palace in located in downtown Santiago.

Bruna Palace in located in downtown Santiago.

It was declared Historical Monument in 1995 is located in Merced Street # 230 and is seat of the National Camera of Commerce.

At the request of the saltpeter industrialist Augusto Bruna, the building was ordered to Julio Bertrand between 1916 and 1921. The young architect came arriving from Paris after studying in L’Ecole Special de Arquitecture.

The Bruna Palace is a construction inspired by the Italian Renaissance. In 1922 the building passed to be the residence of the Ambassador of the United States in Chile and, in 1962, it is transformed into the Consulate of that country. In 1995 the National Camera of Commerce acquired the Bruna Palace turning it seat of the organism.

The Bruna Palace is located at a few steps from the Plaza Italia, the starting point of the Santiago commune. From the Crowne Plaza Hotel take a walk, crossing the Alameda on direction to the Forestal Park.