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Stanley: Stanley, also known as Port Stanley, is the capital of the Falkland Islands, a British overseas territory.
Cultural and social hub: Many of the islands' cultural and leisure attractions are located in and around the town.
Stanley Harbo: The busiest waterway of the Falkland Islands and frequently visited by cruise ships, freighters, and navy vessels.
Government House: Government House in Stanley has been the home of the Falkland Islands' London-appointed governors since the mid-19th century.
Christ Church Cathedral: This is the southernmost Anglican church in the world. Consecrated in 1892, it's also one of the most beautiful buildings in the Falklands.
Historic Dockyard Museum: This engaging cultural facility is worth a good hour of your time.
Cartmell Cottage: Sited in Pioneer Row in central Stanley, the cottage, a National Trust property, is part of the Falkland Islands Museum.
Post a letter, make a call: The post office and red telephone boxes wouldn't look out of place in rural England.
SS Great Britain Mizzen Mast: An unusual visitor attraction, the mizzen mast of the SS Great Britain.
Ross Road: Characteristic red-topped houses line Ross Road, the coastal highway that snakes through Stanley.
Vernacular architecture: The houses of Stanley and other island communities are mostly white with colored roofs, and are generally built of wood and iron.