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Port Lockroy

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Antarctica.

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A harbour along the Antarctic Peninsula used by the French and British whaling and exploratory expeditions since its discovery in 1903, Port Lockroy is now a museum to these past expeditions as well as the local Post Office. One of Antarctica’s top tourist attractions.

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