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Whalebone Arch, Stanley
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Stop by Whalebone Arch, an eclectic monument a short walk from the pier. Situated in front of the town cathedral, the arch was erected in 1993 as a gift from the Falkland Islands Company to commemorate the centenary of British government on the islands. The monument, made out of jawbones belonging to two blue whales, makes a good photo so bring your camera. A flower garden surrounds the piece, so it acts as a great place to relax and imagine the size of the majestic blue whales. Plan to visit Whalebone Arch and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Stanley attractions using our Stanley trip itinerary maker.
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A unique and different arch in a church. Worth the picture to be taken lol. In the centre of town so easy to find
Miguel Angel B
Hace un contraste y llama mucho la atención en la esquina del la Catedral. Frente al supermercado y totalmente céntrica.It makes a contrast and draw much attention in the corner of the Cathedral. Opposite the supermarket and completely Central.show original
Интересная композиция из костей кита. Когда находишься рядом, чувствуешь мощь природы и какой человек маленький среди этих морских гигантов.An interesting composition of bone China. When you are close, you feel the power of nature and what man small among these marine giants.show original
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