Agustín Ross Balcony
The Ross Balcony (Spanish: Mirador de Agustín Ross, also known as Mirador el Infiernillo) is a balcony constructed by Agustín Ross Edwards in 1910. It is located over rocks in the southern part of the beach of Pichilemu, in the Paseo de la Juventud (Spanish: Youthfulness Walk). The waves came up to the balcony until the 1960 Valdivia earthquake.
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