Nazis again! Exciting firsthand encounters with a German war criminal, plus new evidence of Hitler's hideaway - all this combined with the unusual geography of southernmost. South America, the "end of the world" - to make an unforgettable report. Punta Arenas, Chile. Just four hours to the end of the world! But our multi-engine jet did not take us to the end of the world. Here we are at the Straits of Magellan - four spectacular flying hours south of Chile's capital, Santiago. We've reached the city of Punta Arenas - world's southernmost metropolis. Still we must go further south to see the "end." So further south it is! Being a pilot of sorts, I take control of our twin engine Beechcraft heading southeast over the Straits of Magellan. My wife enthusiastically snaps pictures of the in Antarctica. But Punta Arenas is actually the world's southernmost city of large size: 60,000 people! If not the end of the world, Punta Arenas heads up a vast area of activity, commerce, tourism, and unbelievable contrasts.
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