Photographic series that portrays the current state of the Duchess of Albany, a shipwreck with more than 120 years old, occurred on the coasts of Tierra del Fuego in 1893.
The remains of this ship rest on the sand in the region known as the Peninsula Mitre, an uninhabited and distant land visited only by travelers and adventurers.
The Duchess of Albany is part of the historical and cultural heritage of Tierra del Fuego, but today the passage of time and the strength of the elements, defies the resistance of its ancient metal.
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