The Conjunto Virginia Opazo is an architectural ensemble designed by architect Luciano Kulczewski, which is located in the Barrio República, in downtown Santiago, Chile. It consists of 33 two-story terraced houses. The residential subdivision was inaugurated in 1944, and was declared as a National Monument of Chile on November 10, 1992, within the category of Zona Típica (Heritage District).
The houses were built on the former site of the Quinta Meiggs Palace. That land was originally owned by American businessman Henry Meiggs, which was divided into lots in 1872 to create the Barrio República, with new streets extending south from Alameda to the Club Hípico.
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