High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Nacimiento (English:
Birth) is a rural town of Chile situated in the Bio-Bio Region, 550
km south of Santiago de Chile, and 104 km from the closest major
town of the region, Concepcion. It was first used as a fort for the
Spanish army to advance and control the territory, and it was
officially baptised on Christmas Eve of December of 1603 with the
name of Nacimiento de Nuestro Senor (Nativity of Our Lord).
Destroyed in the later risings of the Mapuche and repaired in 1665,
1724 and for the last time in 1739, it was transferred with its
inhabitants in 1749 to the site of the current town.
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