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31 Jul. 2007
Visitors look at a rusty machine gun used by Argentine... more
FALKLANDS-TOURISM/
RTR1SEUV
31 Jul. 2007
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
Visitors look at a rusty machine gun used by Argentine troops to defend Port Stanley during the 1982 Falklands War (Guerra de Las Malvinas), in Mount Longdon, near Port Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands, in this file photo taken June 10, 2007. Braving a penetrating wind, tourists pick through trenches and battlefields from the 1982 British-Argentine war on chilly Mt. Longdon in the remote Falkland Islands finding discarded combat boots and toothpaste tubes with toothpaste still in them. The chance to visit battlefields and contemplate the tragedy of war -- 904 people died in 73 days of fighting after Argentina tried to reclaim the islands from the British -- has been one factor driving higher tourism in the Falklands. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian/Files (FALKLAND ISLANDS)
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