Since ancient times, all civilizations have used symbols and architectural structures as a way to preserve memory or some important historical moment. During the nineteenth century, in Santiago de Chile, the commemorative monuments had a boom and a strong European influence, with representations somewhat alien to our culture, imposed in public space as a tribute to heroes of the country as well as allegories donated by the different European colonies installed in Chile. Currently, in the 21st century they have lost their memory power and live with an ominous aspect in transit spaces, destined for their disappearance. (Santiago, Chile 2014)