Mount Hyades (coordinates: 54°47’39″S 68°27’20″W, altitude approximately 1300 m above sea level) was named by Captain Martial in honour of the French doctor Paul Hyades, who was the doctor on the expedition of the ship Romanche, which between 1882 and 1883 explored the lands and channels south of the Strait of Magellan, as far as Cape Horn. During this expedition, Dr. Hyades took the opportunity, among other things, to study the Yaghan population.

El Monte Hyades (coordenadas: 54°47’39″S 68°27’20″W, altitud aproximada 1300 msnm) fue bautizado por el capitán Martial en honor al doctor francés Paul Hyades, quien fue el médico de la expedición del navío Romanche, que entre 1882 y 1883 exploró las tierras y canales al sur del estrecho de Magallanes, hasta el cabo de Hornos. Durante esa expedición el doctor Hyades aprovechó, entre otras cosas, de estudiar a la población de yaganes.

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Photo Taken: April 21, 2022
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