Ushuaia

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a negative effect on the employment market. Today it isn't as easy to get a job in Ushuaia as it once was, but there are still job openings in the tourism and restaurant sectors, especially if you can speak many languages. Stay safe Usuaia and the region in general isn't entirely free of crime, but significantly safer than most of Argentina. There aren't any slums, and businesses seldom have bars installed in the front of their windows. Potential criminals from elsewhere would have a hard

time getting out of Tierra del Fuego undetected, as the only ways out would be via the airport or Chilean territory. Stay healthy There are two hospitals in the city: * *


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View of the port thumb Ushuaia Harbor (File:Ushuaia Harbor Photo by Sascha Grabow.jpg) The main economic activities are fishing, natural gas and oil (Petroleum) extraction WikiPedia:Ushuaia Commons:Ushuaia


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of the nearby military bases). As a center of population, commerce, and culture, and as a town of significant size and importance, Ushuaia however clearly qualifies as a city. A 1998 article in the newspaper ''Clarín'' reported that the designation "Southernmost city in the world" had been transferred to Puerto Williams by a joint committee from Argentina and Chile, but this was denied

to Harberton (Estancia Harberton), the Bridges family compound. Tours also visit the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse. Les Eclaireurs is sometimes confused with the "Lighthouse at the End of the World" (''Faro del fin del mundo'') made famous by Jules Verne in the novel of the same name; but the latter lies some 200 mi (320 km) east of Ushuaia on Isla de los Estados (Staten Island). Manufacturing Ushuaia's industrial sector, led by the Grundig

of the World that another world is possible". As a pedagogical project it encourages students at all levels to "think about a better world". Sports As in most of Argentina, football (Association football) is a popular sport in Ushuaia, and in 2010 the TV show ''FIFA Mundial'' did a story about the sport's development in this locality. A popular sport in Ushuaia is ice hockey, low temperatures all year long make the city perfect for practicing


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a natural elevation of the terrain. Thanks to its large floor-to-ceiling windows, which are insulated and provide natural lighting, it is possible to enjoy the fantastic views over the bay of Ushuaia and Beagle Channel from all public areas of this unique hotel. All 46 rooms and suites are completely insulated and all of them have views to mountains and or Beagle Channel. They all have in-room heating temperature controls, LCD and cable TV, hair dryers, safety boxes, LED and or low energy bulbs, flow


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and pubs close early. * *


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$300 $350 (shared private bathroom) checkin checkout content Located just next to San Martin in the middle of town, this posada offers simple accommodation with an excellent position. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms, 2 computers are available for the use of those without laptops, residents have full use of a kitchen, the room price includes all-day breakfast and snacks (e.g. coffee, cakes) and the managers are very friendly. *


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of the nearby military bases). As a center of population, commerce, and culture, and as a town of significant size and importance, Ushuaia however clearly qualifies as a city. A 1998 article in the newspaper ''Clarín'' reported that the designation "Southernmost city in the world" had been transferred to Puerto Williams by a joint committee from Argentina and Chile, but this was denied


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TrochiIngles historia.htm History of the Old Patagonian Express , La Trochita, accessed 2006-08-11 and a short run Tren Histórico de Bariloche (San Carlos de Bariloche) to Perito Moreno. Tourism In the second half of the 20th century, tourism became an ever more important part of Patagonia's economy. Originally a remote backpacking destination, the region has attracted increasing numbers of upmarket visitors, cruise passengers rounding Cape Horn or visiting Antarctica

railways A number of steam powered (steam locomotive) heritage railways (tourist trains) are in operation; the Old Patagonian Express (La Trochita) (locally known as “La Trochita”) in Patagonia, the Train of the End of the World (Southern Fuegian Railway) in Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego and a short run Tren Histórico de Bariloche (San Carlos de Bariloche). After the 1982 invasion of the Falkland Islands, the Argentine military junta began


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INDECpopulation population_total 56,956 population_density_km2 auto latd 54 latm 48 longd 68 longm 18 latNS S longEW W elevation_m 23 timezone1 ART (Time in Argentina) utc_offset1 −3 timezone1_DST utc_offset1_DST postal_code_type CPA Base (Argentine postal code) postal_code V (ISO 3166-2:AR) 9410 area_code + Telephone numbers in Argentina

54 2901 website Official website '''Ushuaia''' ( ) is the capital (capital city) of Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina Tierra del Fuego, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur Province

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