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Puerto Natales is a small town, founded in 1911 as a port for the sheep industry. Although there is little to see in the town itself, its setting on the Last Hope Sound is beautiful, and the sunrises are particularly special. There is also some birdlife here, including black-necked swans and flamingos. The town now mainly serves people travelling to the Torres del Paine National Park, and there are many hotels, restaurants, shops and other facilities.