It was the English corsair, Thomas Cavendish, in January 1587, named the place, after the climate's roughness with rains and winds. The name means hateful, hostile or unmanageable.
On the cape's hill was built a large metallic cross (Cruz de los Mares) in honor to John Paul II Pope's visit to Chile, back in 1987, it was first built in 1913, and several times in between due to the harsh weather.
WIPO ASSIGNS PATENT TO ZTE FOR "METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR INSTRUCTING ENABLING/ DISABLING FROWARD ERROR CORRECTION CODING FUNCTION" (CHINESE INVENTORS)
Feb 14, 2011; GENEVA, Feb. 14 -- Publication No. WO/2011/015072 was published on Feb. 10. Title of the invention: "METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR...