A colorful sunset in Puerto Madryn, in the Chubut province of Argentina.
This shore and the nearby caves are where 153 Welsh settlers first lived when they arrived here in 1865, establishing Y Wladfa Gymreig, or ‘The Welsh Colony.’
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