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Cape Horn And The Southernmost City In The World. P.2.

Sergey Dolya • 3 minutes read • March 30th, 2016
Half an hour later our catamaran nuzzled the beach with penguins:

Magellanic penguins live in burrows and try to dig them as high as possible above sea level:

On the way back I ordered a beer called 

Cape Horn

:

This was the end of our acquaintance with wildlife of Beagle Channel and we came to the city. Right at the port Cape Horn, we were greeted by the local dancers:

Calling it a city is a bit of exaggeration. It consists of a shopping street that runs parallel to the coast:

Short streets go up from it:

The main street is full of restaurants and souvenir shops:

They cook toothsome steak inside:

In addition to official trade street business also prospers here:

The Argentine Government did not know what to do with 

Ushuaia

 after opening of the 

Panama Canal

. Following the example of other countries, sending their most notorious offenders to remote areas, they settled a prison for dangerous criminals. You can visit this prison on such exotic bus:

I was pleased with the distance marker to Madrid, Moscow, and Antarctica:

Also, there are several lovely hotels on the street:


There are a lot of flower beds in the city:
Author: Sergeydolya
Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com

Translated by: Gian Luka

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