Vicente Pérez Rosales

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Vicente Pérez Rosales
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Born(1807-04-05)April 5, 1807
Santiago, Chile
DiedSeptember 6, 1886(1886-09-06) (aged 79)

Vicente Pérez Rosales (Spanish pronunciation: [biˈsente ˈpeɾez roˈsales]; April 5, 1807 in Santiago – September 6, 1886) was a politician, traveller, merchant, miner and Chilean diplomat that organized the colonization by Germans and Chileans of the Llanquihue area. Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park is named after him.

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