Location: Ushuaia

Ushuaia is a city, the capital of Tierra del Fuego state, and a port on the Beagle Channel in Argentina. It is on the largest island of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, which is at the southern tip of South America.

In 1870, an English missionary named Wasti H. Stirling was the first person to live there. In 1884, an Argentine military base was built. In 1893, after the archipelago was split between Argentina and Chile, Ushuaia was made a city. The city’s main sources of income are logging, growing sheep, fishing, trapping, and tourism. Ushuaia is the city that is the most southerly in the world.


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