Ushuaia


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Ushuaia

(o͞oswī`ä), city (1991 pop. 29,452), Tierra del Fuego Territory, S Argentina, a port on the Beagle Canal, on Ushuaia Bay. Settled in the 1870s by English missionaries, it was taken over by Argentine naval forces in 1884. Lumber, livestock, and fishing are important to the local economy.
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And then we decided to head to Ushuaia. So we flew to the southern tip of Chile and took the ferry across to Argentina.
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The ARA San Juan went missing last Wednesday as it sailed from the extreme southern port of Ushuaia to the coastal city of Mar del Plata.
The navy believes the submarine, which left Ushuaia en route to the coastal city of Mar del Plata in Buenos Aires province, had communication difficulties that may have been caused by an electrical outage, Balbi said.
Balbi said the submarine, which left the southern city of Ushuaia for Mar del Plata, both in Argentina, had food supply for several days and would likely continue its journey despite communication problems.
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