Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world. At least, in 2021 until Puerto Williams in Chile, does not grow enough to be considered a city. Ushuaia, , located on the shores of the Beagle Channel, was founded in 1884 by Augusto Laserre, as a fort in Ushuaia. And it is a city with a lot of history, but also with great natural beauty. The Beagle Channel, Tierra del Fuego National Park, Fagnano, and Escondido Lakes, the famous End of the World Train, are some of the most important attractions by international tourists who come to this remote region of Patagonia.
But, where is Ushuaia located exactly? At what latitude is this amazing city located 3076 km from Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina?
Ushuaia is located 54.8° south, 68.3° west, or if you want more details, exactly 67° 13'30.9288'' South and 54° 33'14.5692'' West.
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