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The Falkland Islands are one of the last untouched wildlife wonders of the World. Perfect beaches, islands and cliffs provide a natural safe-haven for hundreds of species that have made the Falklands their home. The Falkland Islands consist of two main islands and a group of small landmasses. It is the most accessible of the sub-Antarctic islands. Having a population of just 2000, two thirds of which live in Port Stanley, Falkland Island is the smallest, most remote capital city in the world.
This very unique port overlooks Stanley Harbour. The houses have brightly corrugated metal roofs and are a striking contrast to the surrounding countryside. Christ Church Cathedral and the neighbouring Whalebone Arch are two of Stanley's most iconic attractions. A visit to the Falkland Islands Museum is a great way to discover the heritage and development of the Falkland Islands community. A number of memorials are placed in Stanley and the surrounding hills to commemorate the battles fought in 1982. Falkland Islanders themselves played a part in this conflict, and also in the two World Wars. No trip would be complete without a stroll to Surf Bay to watch the waves bring in seals, dolphins or a penguin or two.
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