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The Egidio Feruglio Paleontologic Museum concentrates the most important fossil findings in Patagonia.
An encounter with the Welsh customs takes us back in time. We have the famous Welsh tea, sharing vivid moments amidst cakes, bread and jams.
A museum that rescues the memory of the beginning of the City of Trelew, fostered by the effort and courage of the Welsh colonists.
Along with other water mirrors, the Ornithologists' Lagoons congregate various bird species that attract watchers.
In the cliffs of Gaiman, Bryn Gwyn, which means “white hill” in Welsh, proposes an interesting tour across prehistorical Patagonia.
Punta Tombo is one of the most famous spots in the Argentinian Patagonian littoral. Thousands of tourists gather in front of one of the most fascinating shows performed by nature.
In the middle of the Patagonian high plateau, we find the place known as Valle de los Altares (Altars Valley). Huge cliffs emerge from the soil in order to be admired by tourists who pass by.
We left the sea and the steppe behind to visit the Florentino Ameghino Dam, a green nook crossed by the Chubut River.