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Jose Arrano Acevedo

Jose Santos Arrano Acevedo (14 October 1921 - 24 November 2009) was a famous writer and historian from Pichilemu, mostly known for his books on the city's history.

He was a frequent collaborator of the Santiago's press through articles devoted to this colchaguinian area, always emphasizing embodied the beauty and the importance of his origins, in newspapers as Las Ultimas Noticias or La Epoca and in dozens of other regional newspapers, taking Arrano Acevedo as the most important historian of Pichilemu and the most dedicated to promote Pichilemu's tourism. All his articles were gathered in two books: Pichilemu y sus alrededores turisticos and Hombres y Cosas de Pichilemu, also he habitually readed many of his articles in his radial program, that was almost a decade being broadcasted, La Hora de Jose Arrano Acevedo.

On November 21, 2009 he was admitted to Pichilemu Hospital, and died three days later of pneumonia at the age of 88.

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