The Yamana people occupied the area between the Beagle Channel and Cape Horn. It was a group of hunters adapted to coastal marine life.
The Selk'nam: The natives of the island. They were hunters. This people used bows and arrows for their main prey, the guanaco.
The Saint Christopher was a ship that participated in the task of refloating the Monte Cervantes ship. After some paperwork problems was stranded in the Bay of Ushuaia (Beagle Channel)
Beban House - It was one of the most important and ambitious buildings of the city of Ushuaia for a long time. Besides being the enabling environment of countless social events of significance for the city.
"Beban House" - An emblematic house of the southernmost city.
...in another times...the only way to keep us warm!
The abandoned cannon. This is one of the vestiges left the conflict between Argentina and Chile, in 1978, for the sovereignty of some southern islands located in the Beagle Channel.
"La Misión" - The oldest area in of the city. Here was established the first non-Aboriginal settlement in 1869.