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Adélie Land is a claimed territory on the continent of Antarctica. It stretches from a coastline area along the Great Southern Ocean inland all the way to the South Pole. This territory is claimed by France as one of five districts of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands, although most countries have not given this their diplomatic recognition.
- also known as Adelie Land
- founded in (175 years ago)
- part of Antarctica, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Altitude
- capital: Dumont d'Urville Station
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by R. W. McColl
Adélie Land lies between 136 and 143 degrees E longitude south of the ...
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DAYS (2009)
START THE DAY WITH HISTORY by Steven Carol
1840–Lieutenant Charles Wilkes sighted the eastern coast of Antarctica and 1840–French Rear Admiral Jules Dumont D'Urville discovered Adélie Land, in.
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