Ushuaia

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Us•hua•ia

(uˈswaɪ ə)

n.
a city in S Argentina, on the S coast of Tierra del Fuego: the southernmost city in the world. 10,998.
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I joined the crew at Ushuaia, Argentina, and I must tell you, it was no ordinary voyage.
Along with his son, Max, we will return once more with his ashes, departing from Ushuaia, Argentina on 30 November 2017, and sailing via the Falklands to the gateway of Antarctica.
Fortunately nobody was hurt and the boat is heading towards Ushuaia, Argentina, under its own sail.
From the foot of the Andes mountains in Ushuaia, Argentina at Earth's southernmost part, Dewa's staff joined the 2041 Antarctica Expedition to highlight the effects of global warming, climate change, and the need to protect the South Pole.
The new center is expected to become a popular stop near the midpoint of the Pan-American Highway, which stretches between Prudhoe Bay, Alaska and Ushuaia, Argentina.
But I'm not impressed by his air of hurt innocence over the fury BBC2's Top Gear sparked while filming in Ushuaia, Argentina.
Starting from his home in El Paso, Texas, Alex rode south until he hit Ushuaia, Argentina, the 'End of the World'.
The NBAD Explorers commenced their journey by flying to Ushuaia, Argentina where they joined other explorers from around the world.
The crossing from Ushuaia, Argentina, to Antarctica is known as Drake's Passage.
27am local time (0627 GMT), about 195 miles (314km) south-east of the Falklands' capital, Stanley, and 545 miles (877km) east of Ushuaia, Argentina.
S-based Geological Survey said that the underwater 10-kilometre deep quake struck in an underpopulated area, with the epicenter 877 kilometres to the East of Ushuaia, Argentina.
The quake struck at 0904 GMT in the ocean some 893 kilometers (550 miles) southwest of Grytviken, South Georgia, and 1,140 kilometers (710 miles) southeast of Ushuaia, Argentina, said the US Geological Survey, which monitors earthquakes worldwide.