Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) Map - File Information
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The Falkland Islands, also known as the Islas Malvinas, is a British Overseas Territory located in the South Atlantic Ocean, around 300 miles east of the coast of Argentina. The Falklands comprise of two main islands, East Falkland and West Falkland, along with over 700 littler islands and islets. The islands have a populace of around 3,400 individuals, with English being the official language and the Falkland Islands pound being the national currency.
The Falkland Islands have a long and disputed history, with Argentina and the United Kingdom both claiming sovereignty over the islands. The two countries went to war over the islands in 1982, with the strife coming about in the misfortune of hundreds of lives. The Falklands have been beneath British control since the war, and a noteworthy British military nearness remains on the islands.
The Falkland Islands have a small but developing economy, with angling and tourism as the industries. The nation is additionally known for its woolen items and has recently started investigating oil and gas reserves in its waters. The Falklands have a high standard of living, with a solid social welfare framework and a commitment to maintainable improvement.
The Falkland Islands are a British Abroad Region, with the Senator of the Falkland Islands serving as the agent of the British Ruler. The Falklands have a parliamentary agent law-based system, with an Authoritative Gathering comprising of eight elected members and two ex-officio individuals.
The Falkland Islands are known for their interesting biological system, with a variety of wildlife counting penguins, seals, and sea lions. The islands are moreover domestic to numerous species of winged creatures, counting the Falkland Islands’ flightless steamer duck, which is found no place else in the world.
Falkland Island culture is characterized by its British heritage, with conventional British traditions and celebrations celebrated on the islands. The nation incorporates a wealthy tradition of music, with the bagpipes being a popular instrument, and a solid sporting culture, with football and cricket being well-known sports. The Falkland Islands also have interesting cooking, with traditional dishes like Falkland Islands lamb and locally caught seafood.
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