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A must see if you're into stamps. They have a beautiful exhibition of stamps from all over the world. They also have one of the rarest and first ever stamps on display which is the Black Penny. A must see if you're in the central...More
The central post office is in a landmark building on the historic Plaza de Armas which is itself worth a visit. Inside tucked away is a fine museum-a large collection of stamps from all over the world now and in the past plus a museum...More
Located in the mainsquare, nect to the Cathedral, the building is rather nice to look at from the outside, adn has a nice interior also. It has a small museum, containing many world stamps, and artifacts from history of postage, and is still a working...More
This is an impressively, massive building on the main square, kitty corner from the cathedral. It is a functioning post office but also has a museum that features fascinating items (e.g., old telegraph equipment, bags used to carry mail, a set up of a post...More
We've seen some amazing post offices around the globe (favourite is still in Valencia though... so far!). Whilst the building here is beautiful once you get inside it's a bit underwhelming. Pleasant enough but nothing really stands out for me. Having said that we wandered...More
You can’t help but notice this beautiful building that flanks the Plaza de Armas. Dating back to 1881, it is located on land originally owned by Pedro de Valdivia, the founder of Santiago. It is a working post office but was closed when we visited...More
Unless you need stamps or are a stamp collector the building exterior in Renaissance style should suffice. The site is known for the home of the Pedro de Valdivia, who founded the Spanish city of Santiago. It is situated in the Plaza de Armas.
Popped in looking to buy stamps and a lovely staff man pointed to the museum. He asked where we were from and showed us the large collection of stamps they have from all around the world. He said he didn't have Scottish stamps just GB...More