Talk:Puerto Madryn

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Gentilicios Argentinos] for cities of 50,000 and more inhabitants. Mariano(t/c) 15:55, 4 October 2005 (UTC)

Wrong photograph?[edit]

I think the photograph shown in this article is not from Puerto Madryn (where I lived for 6 years). This place could be anywhere in the Patagonian coast, but I think is actually off Puerto Piramides, a small town 100 km away from Puerto Madryn. In any case, shouldn't we have a photograph where you could actually see the city?

I think you are right. In any case the picture in the spanish site it is more accurate.