The capital of the Fauklands-a group of 400 islands with a population of less than 3,000 people-offers a taste of Victorian England in the South Atlantic. It is the smallest and most remote capital city in the world built on a north-facing slope to catch the sun throughout the year. In the days of the great sailing ships, Stanley Harbour saw much traffic as vessels called there regularly during journeys around Cape Horn. Now many islanders are sheep farmers, fiercely loyal to Britain and warmly hospitable to all who visit.
 
  
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