Founded in the late 1950s with the aim to provide housing for the families of oil workers, Cerro Sombrero is a town suspended in time. Cinemas, sports centers and houses built in a US style are still occupied by almost 700 inhabitants, residing in this far-flung corner of Southern Chile, Tierra del Fuego. “Everything still works as it did on the first day,” says Ricardo Olea, former mayor of the town.
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