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over the roof tops of the town to the sea, but there is nothing particularly outstandingly different about it, in a way that makes it stand out.
Bit of an up hill, if you walk, to get here but there wouldnt be a view otherwise....More
The views from here are what you would find on postcards! Colorful rooftops, interesting buildings cascading down to the Straight of Magellan with boats and ships on the water, part of Patagonia in the distance. On the upper level there is a gold colored design...More
After a coffee and a piece of cake, it was time to climb the hill, not as bad as it sounds. The walk from the Plaza De Armas Benjamin Munoz Gamero, was up a steep hill, then the last section was up a couple of...More
Get to the top of the town and look out across the buildings and roof tops. Punta Arenas is a small city but this vantage point is excellent for taking it all in. You'll see a riot of colored structures and roofs. It is interesting...More
Around a ten/fifteen uphill walk from the Plaza de Armas, but worth it for the great view over the town and the channel. A must for photo taking.
As an aside, on the way up one passes the reportedly most southerly Anglican Church in the...More