Stanley, Falkland Islands / United Kingdom
The Falkland Islands belong to the British overseas territory and are located in the Atlantic Ocean east of Argentina.
Stanley (also known as Puerto Argentino) is the capital of the Falkland Islands and is located in the east of East Falkland Island. The port was for a long time a naval base, a fishing port, and a repair station.
The small town has some sights. These include the museum, the government building and some war memorials. The city also has the most southern Anglican church in the world.
The islands are also known for their flora and fauna. Due to the cold climate here thrive almost only dwarf plants, the landscape is usually traversed by heath and moor. There are, however, many bird species, such as albatroses and vultures, along the coasts there are penguins, sea lions and elephant seals.