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Very impressive statue, dedicated to native indian who helped the first Welsh settlers, there is a story of Ann Humphreys who on landing presented her newborn child to the Indians to hold , as a sign of friendship who had come down to the beach...More
I would recommend you to do the walk at the beach to get here, it is a nice walk with some good views. The statue itself is just a statue, nothing special, but there is great views of the city and the sea.
Seems a little unusual to write a review of a statue. That having been said, if you're in Puerto Madryn, you might as well take a moment and reflect on the history of the community and its' people. It is not a statue that will...More
This is located in a nice vantage point and is worth visiting for the view from where the monument is located more than for the monument itself. This while nice and with a cool story does not offer much more.
The location, where this monument is, is certainly much more attractive than the monument itself. You got a great view to the entire city of Puerto Madryn and the bay!
It is a historical place for the city of Puerto Madryn and as such worth...More