Cerro San Cristóbal is a hill above the capital of Chile, Santiago. With its 1150 meters above sea level, this is the second-highest hill that towers over the city. On the hill, you can find Manuel Foster Observatory, the Immaculate Conception sanctuary within which is a 22.3-meter-high statue of the Virgin Mary, an amphitheater, and a chapel. Santiago Metropolitan Park is located on the same hill and at the foot of the Chilean National Zoo. Cerro San Cristóbal is one of the favorite places for walks for both locals and visitors to Santiago.