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Question of Jonathan (07.15.2015): From where are there the most sunken ships?
The Cape HornA: This is undoubtedly the Cape Horn, a true marine cemetery where the sea is disassembled by icebergs, storms, and giant waves!

Cape Horn is a tip (part of land jutting into the sea) situated at the tip of South America. It was a crucial point for long crossings of trade routes between Europe and Asia.
Today the Panama Canal allows cargo vessels to avoid Cape Horn.




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