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RandyRoss wrote a review Apr. 2020
Ridgetown, Canada7,068 contributions639 helpful votes
This is a monument to the many Welsh settlers who came to Patagonia. The inscriptions are in Spanish, which unfortunately, we do not speak. Thus it was hard to know more.
Date of experience: February 2020
Duquesadiner wrote a review Apr. 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom1,366 contributions408 helpful votes
I had read before we went to Argentina that a number of Welsh people, farmers I believe, left Great Britain to make a new life on the other side of the world. This itself is fascinating and they clearly made sufficient an impact to have their journey and contribution to Argentina recognised. The monument is not gigantic but if you are taking a stroll along the promenade it is worthwhile stopping to have a look.…
Date of experience: March 2020
browncondo2102 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Kitchener, Canada1,182 contributions325 helpful votes
This monument is dedicated to the Welsh Pioneer who first came to this area. Since the inscriptions are not in English it is pretty hard to tell much.
Date of experience: January 2020
VAPilot wrote a review Nov. 2019
Vienna, Virginia426 contributions190 helpful votes
Monument to the original Welsh settlers of Patagonia. Right along the water front. Worth a picture as you walk down to the wood carvings further down the waterfront.
Date of experience: October 2019
DPNA wrote a review Apr. 2019
Acapulco, Mexico310 contributions64 helpful votes
We were on a cruise and just walked the street next to the ship. It is a monument to the Walsh people. Didn't seem that great, but we are not into the history of the area.
Date of experience: January 2019