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The church was designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield and built in 1890–1892 from the local stone and brick on the site of Holy Trinity Church, which was destroyed by the peat slip that destroyed part of Stanley in 1886.
There is little see in Stanley but this is one of the main sites and worth a visit.
Acts of remembrance, large and small take place at various sites across the islands during each year.
There's a lot of historical sites in the general vicinity- walking around the are is worth it!
Whalebone Arch Stanley
The Whalebone Arch is an Historical site situated in Stanley Falkland Islands and was erected in 1933 from two sets of jaw bones from the Blue Whale.
The arch dominates the site of the Cathedral and is an interesting structure, easily visited and accessible.
Battle Memorial Stanley
while you walk Ross road this is worth stopping at for a view and some photos.
A figure of Victory faces east, looking out to sea towards the site of the battle.
This is great for all weather too, the stormy seas that the lady liz sits in makes a great view and photo opportunity, however on sunny days the ship wreck looks so beautifully sleepy, leaning over.
A worthy side trip from Stanley, a most moving site!!
view is great from the top and on a windy day with rough seas can we amazing.
Stunning views around a historic lighthouse, now much easier to access
Memorial Wood Stanley
The tree was fairly easy to find using the site map.