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exquisite images of Falkland Islands

Simmering tensions between the UK and Argentina increased during the second half of the century, when Argentine President Juan Perón asserted sovereignty over the archipelago


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The Falkland Islands are a self-governing British Overseas Territory





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The climate of the islands is cold, windy and humid maritime





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Controversy exists over the Falklands' discovery and subsequent colonisation by Europeans





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Both the British and Spanish settlements coexisted in the archipelago until 1774, when Britain's new economic and strategic considerations led it to voluntarily withdraw from the islands, leaving a plaque claiming the Falklands for King George III





here's what i know About Falkland Islands

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Main article: Politics of the Falkland Islands





understanding Falkland Islands

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The United Kingdom and Argentina both claim the Falkland Islands





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Main article: Politics of the Falkland Islands





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The Falkland Islands are an archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean on the Patagonian Shelf





facts, fiction and Falkland Islands

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The Falklands are situated approximately at latitude 51°40′ – 53°00′ S and longitude 57°40′ – 62°00′ W





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Stanley, as Port Jackson was soon renamed, officially became the seat of government in 1845





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The climate of the islands is cold, windy and humid maritime





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Thereafter, the archipelago was visited only by fishing ships; its political status was undisputed until 1820, when Colonel David Jewett, an American privateer working for the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata, informed anchored ships about Buenos Aires' 1816 claim to Spain's territories in the South Atlantic