Antarctica (Q51)

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polar continent in the Southern Hemisphere
  • Antarctic Selection
Language Label Description Also known as
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Antarctica
polar continent in the Southern Hemisphere
  • Antarctic Selection

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تضاريس أنتاركتيكا (Arabic)
aus Satellitenfotos zusammengesetztes Bild von Antartika (German)
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Antarcticain (French)
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Antarcticaine (French)
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Antartidanhën (Kinaray-a)
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Antartidanhon (Cebuano)
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Antartiku (Pampanga)
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Antartiko (Tagalog)
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Antartiko (Iloko)
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Antartiko (Pangasinan)
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antártica (Spanish)
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antártico (Spanish)
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Antarctican (English)
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90°S, 0°E
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63°12'47.9"S, 57°18'7.9"W
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90°0'0.000"S, 0°0'0.000"E
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14,000,000 square kilometre
14,200,000 square kilometre
Antarctica location map.svg
1,200 × 1,200; 233 KB
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Antarctica-banner1.jpg
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17.5 degree Celsius
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The highest temperature for the Antarctic Continent, defined as the main continental landmass and adjoining islands, is the temperature extreme of 17.5 C (63.5 F) recorded on Mar. 24, 2015 at the Argentine Research Base Esperanza located near the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. (English)
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🇦🇶
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Antarctica
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Antarctica
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1227
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1225
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010
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15 July 2010
stark, cold, beautiful desolation.
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6 May 2018
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