|• Alcade||Simón Mansilla Roa (1996-2008)|
|Population (2002 census )|
|Time zone||Chilean Standard (UTC−04:00)|
|• Summer (DST)||Chilean Daylight (UTC−03:00)|
|Area code(s)||Country + town = 56 + 63|
Antilhue is a village (Spanish: aldea) in Chile, South America. It is located in the commune of Los Lagos on the shores of Calle-Calle River just east of Valdivia. Two petroleum-fueled power plants, Antilhue I and Antilhue II, with a combined production capacity of 101.3 MW, are located near the village.
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