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Lord Lonsdale Shipwreck, Punta Arenas

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  • Skeleton of the ship that moved Patagonia products of the great pioneers of this land. It is aground and allows you to capture beautiful photos throughout the day.
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  • For those who have ever live in Punta Arenas, and about this old boat, is of great nostalgia, since children we walked when I was down at the tide and we could imagine great adventures... also was an adventure to get off if you had not taken account when he was getting the tide... also is beautiful to see when low tide several kilometers, there are several people who enter get seafood that are glued in stones still alive. My grandfather did and I accompanied him; that is, pure nostalgia. Perhaps missing some plate with the history of the boat.
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  • Located next to the military area. This ship ran aground at this location and according to the Guide sailors were living in the city. Worth the visit and the photos.
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  • A good 5 minute detour if you happen to be driving by Not all that great... Just looks like a crashed boat. Not easily accessed from the road as I had to hike down a steep cliff onto barnacles and seaweed and trash. Maybe a small sign with some historical information would make this site actually mean something to me. Not a chance I would hire a guide for this.
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  • Iconic historical site of the region
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  • I am in a place for the same great city history
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  • It's nice but you can not just stopping to see, is a private sector
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