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Amundsen & Nobile on North pole 1926/1928 part2 - YouTube

Amundsen & Nobile on North pole 1926/1928 part2 - YouTube

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Photography Showcase: The Beauty of the North Pole, photo by National Geographic

History is filled with brave explorers who tirelessly sought to fill out the edges of our known world. Often these expeditions have taken years of determin

Top 10 Famous Explorers and Expeditions

On Dec 14 the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen and his team became the first to reach the South Pole – narrowly beating the British team led by Captain Robert Scott

1935 Print Fram Fridtjof Nansen Arctic Antarctic Expedition Schooner Archer XGP2

1935 Print Fram Fridtjof Nansen Arctic Antarctic Expedition Schooner Archer XGP2

Tall Ships, Bike Art, Boats

Svalbard in colour by Kimmo Savolainen, via Behance | Svalbard is an archipelago between the Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea, Greenland Sea and Norwegian Sea, constituting the northernmost part of Norway. The treaty defines Svalbard as all islands, islets and skerries from 74° to 81° north latitude, and from 10° to 35° east longitude.

The tundra and frozen Arctic Ocean provide a rich habitat to a wide variety of animals, including migratory species that seek food during the brief, less harsh Arctic summer.

Greenland is the largest island in the world and the main source of icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere. Sometimes the ice can be one to two MILES DEEP!! Five hundred years before Columbus, Erik the Red, a viking, gave Greenland its name to attract settlers.

Greenland is the largest island in the world and the main source of icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere. The ice can be one to two miles deep! Five hundred years before Columbus, Erik the Red gave Greenland its name to attract settlers.

Sled rounding the point of the Barne Glacier during the British Antarctic (“Terra Nova”) Expedition September 1911.

thepastsituation: “ Sled rounding the point of the Barne Glacier (where it turns round the bay before Cape Barne), during the British Antarctic (“Terra Nova”) Expedition, 18 September Photograph.

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