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The sun sets over Welsh language grave stones at the Moriah chapel in Trelew in Patagonian Argentina. Welsh immigrants tames the desolate land along the Rio Chubut in the 1860s. Their ancestors now embrace their Welsh roots in more than a dozen teahouses. (Kevin Moloney for the New York Times)
The sun sets over Welsh language grave stones at the Moriah chapel in Trelew in Patagonian Argentina. Welsh immigrants tames the desolate land along the Rio Chubut in the 1860s. Their ancestors now embrace their Welsh roots in more than a dozen teahouses. (Kevin Moloney for the New York Times)
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