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FS2004 FSX LatinVFR Santiago SCEL RIP Scenery


Review: LatinVFR Santiago SCEL for FS2004 and FSX

If you are looking for a realistic and detailed scenery of Santiago, Chile, you might want to check out LatinVFR's Santiago SCEL for FS2004 and FSX. This scenery covers the Comodoro Arturo Merino BenÃtez International Airport, also known as SCEL or SCL, which is Chile's main airport and one of South America's most important. It also includes the surroundings of the airport, with more than 125 sq kilometers of photo scenery, thousands of hand placed autogen, dozens of custom apron objects, revised land classes and mesh.

The airport itself is modeled with significant attention to detail, with accurate and updated terminal buildings, jetways, taxiways, runways, signs, lighting and animations. The scenery also features dynamic shadows and reflections, volumetric grass and native P3Dv4 ground polygons. The performance is smooth and optimized for both FS2004 and FSX.

The scenery comes with an installer that automatically detects your simulator version and adds the scenery to your library. It also includes a configuration tool that allows you to customize various options such as static aircraft, AI traffic compatibility, seasonal textures and more. The documentation provides useful information about the airport history, charts, installation and support.

LatinVFR Santiago SCEL is a high quality scenery that enhances the realism and immersion of flying in Chile. It is compatible with other LatinVFR sceneries such as La Paz Bolivia, Sao Paulo Brazil and San Juan Puerto Rico. You can get it from LatinVFR's website for $23.99 USD.

But Santiago is not only about its airport and its surroundings. The city also offers a wealth of cultural, historical and natural attractions that will keep you entertained and amazed. Whether you want to explore its colonial heritage, admire its modern architecture, enjoy its vibrant nightlife or relax in its green spaces, Santiago has something for everyone.

One of the must-see places in Santiago is the Plaza de Armas, the main square and historical heart of the city. Here you can admire the impressive architecture of the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Central Post Office and the Royal Court Palace. You can also visit the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, which showcases the art and culture of the indigenous peoples of Chile and South America. The plaza is also a lively spot where you can watch street performers, artists and chess players.

If you want to get a bird's eye view of the city and its stunning setting, you can head to Sky Costanera, the tallest building in Latin America. Located in the modern and affluent district of Providencia, this 300-meter-high skyscraper has an observation deck on the 61st and 62nd floors that offers panoramic views of Santiago and the Andes. You can also enjoy some shopping and dining at the Costanera Center mall, which occupies six floors of the building.

Another way to appreciate the beauty of Santiago is to visit one of its many parks and hills that dot the cityscape. One of the most popular is San Cristobal Hill, which rises above the trendy Barrio Bellavista neighborhood. Here you can take a funicular or cable car to the top, where you can see a huge statue of the Virgin Mary and a lovely chapel. You can also visit the National Zoo, the Japanese Garden and the Botanical Garden that lie on its slopes. Alternatively, you can relax in Parque Forestal, a long and narrow park that runs along the Mapocho River. This park is home to the Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts, which displays works by Chilean and international artists. 9160f4acd4


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