Bahía Blanca

Argentina

Bahía Blanca

It is an argentinian harbour on the bay of Bahía Blanca, with 280 000 inhabitants.


Bay of Bahía Blanca


Its name comes from the white inflorescences left by the salt of the sea after evaporation.


The City was founded in 1824.

The harbour exports wheat and iron ore.

The Pamir put there in 1940 () and 1955 (), from Paranagua.



Old grain elevator

Old grain elevator

Iron loading dock

Victoria Market (1897)

Victoria Market (1897)

South Station

President Rivadavia Monument

Cathedral (1837)

Courthouse

English Fountain (1928)

Rivadavia Library

Directorate General of Taxes



Factory on the Port

Argentinian Club

Rivadavia Square, Caronti Monument

The Harbour

The Harbour

The Harbour

The Harbour

The Harbour

Photos


The Pamir at Bahia Blanca, 1940 (2)

The Pamir (1940 ?) (2)

The Pamir (1940 ?) (2)

The Pamir (1940 ?) (2)

References

(1) Bahía Blanca

(2) Bahía Blanca

The voyages of the Pamir

The harbours of the Pamir

The Pamir