Ushuaia claims the title of the world's southernmost city. These days its main industry is tourism, serving as a gateway to Antarctica. But the town also has charms of its own.
It's the jail at the end of the world. It would have been very cold, very drafty, and, even compared to the low bar set by late-19th-century prisons, altogether rather unpleasant. But if you could sneak to a window, what a view!