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Browse through 2 Webcams in Falkland Islands

On a windswept chain of islands 500km off the coast of Argentina, 'the Falklands' are a curious slice of Great Britain plonked down in the South Atlantic. Afternoon tea and cake, English pubs and Anglican steeples remind visitors who is in charge (disputed by Argentina), while the majority of its tiny population claim British descent. Step outside of Stanley, the capital, however, and another world awaits – one where large herds of sheep roam the rugged countryside, and penguins, seals and sea lions are regularly sighted at chilly beaches across the islands. Despite the isolation, most 'islanders' couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. More on lonelyplanet.com

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