The church of San Pedro de Atacama is a Chilean historical monument built in the seventeenth century and subsequently rebuilt several times in the last two centuries following earthquakes and fires that partially destroyed the building.
Built in colonial style, this church is located in the center of the town of San Pedro and is characterized by an important wooden truss built in 1957 following recent renovations. On the floor, on the other hand, panels are visible that show the original foundations of the building.
The 3D survey realized with laser scanner has allowed us to obtain information and useful data to help the Chilean institutions to preserve and study this important site, recognized as Monumento Nacional de Cile since 1951.
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