Esperanza Base is a research base in the Antarctic Peninsula that is claimed by Argentina to be a civilian settlement similar to how Chile claims Villa Las Estrellas to be a civilian settlement. It is the birthplace of the first known human to be born on Antarctica as well as all other "Antarctica natives" not born in the Chilean base of Villa las Estrellas. However, the governments of both countries have since stopped the practice of flying in pregnant women to score political points despite none of the dozen or so births having any major complications.
Refugio Puerto MoroBig enough to allow small boats to dock and equipped with a small wooden breakwater for boats to dock
Chapel of St. Francis of AssisiThis is the first explicitly Catholic chapel on the continent and saw a few antarctic "firsts" such as the first baptism (of a person born in the base) the first religious person and so on.
Buenos Aires GlacierA glacier a bit outside the base
Museo de la Base EsperanzaA museum
Choza de los SuecosA Swedish antarctic expedition shipwrecked around here in 1902 and built this hut to survive the brutal antarctic conditions. The remains of said hut are now a protected monument under the Antarctic treaty and maintained by Sweden and Argentina.
Escuela Provincial Nº 38 Raúl Ricardo AlfonsínIn keeping with this being a "civilian settlement" and Argentina maintaining entire families here, this school with two teachers and 9 students as of the 2014 school year serves to provide education to the children of families who work at the base. It is the southernmost school on earth
LRA36 Radio Nacional Arcángel San GabrielThis is the local radio station which sends a Spanish language program for a couple hours each day. Nowadays one can also get Argentinian TV through a large antenna somewhat diminishing the importance of the station