Trivia Crack Answer: Argentina
Ushuaia is a city in the country of Argentina. Often referred to as the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia was originally inhabited by two groups of indigenous people: the Selk’nam, also called the Ona, and the Yaghan, also called Yamana. By 1850, there were European inhabitants, especially British citizens and missionaries. There was a large prison built in the city that operated from 1896-1947. It was closed due to systemic abuse of prisoners, who were relocated to other institutions in Argentina. Ushuaia’s location made it ideal for prisons in the eyes of the government, who wanted to isolate criminals who were repeat offenders or committed more serious crimes. Because Ushuaia is located so far south, it is a fairly cold place. Average temperatures range from 0 to 50 degrees. Ushuaia is a fairly popular tourist spot. Many cruise ships make port in the city, and there are many tourist attractions. The wildlife and ecology make it attractive to many. There is a museum that relates Ushuaia’s history and the various people that have lived there. Ushuaia’s location make it an interesting place to visit. You can access the city using the ‘End of the World Train’ or by car.