Edward VII Land

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King Edward VII Land
... King Edward VII Land or King Edward VII Peninsula is a large, ice-covered peninsula which forms the northwestern extremity of Marie Byrd Land in Antarctica ... Edward VII Peninsula is defined by the Ross Ice Shelf on the southwest, Okuma Bay on the west, and to the east by Sulzberger Bay and the Saunders Coast, all essentially on the Ross Sea ... Edward VII Peninsula is located at 77°40′S 155°00′W / 77.667°S 155°W / -77.667 -155 ...
King's Quest - Characters of The King's Quest Series - Villains
... Dahlia The wicked witch that stole the Magic Chest taking it to the Land in the Clouds ... She is a shapeshifter and tricked King Edward into marrying her ... The Troll was an evil forest troll guarding the bridges in the Land of Daventry ...
Postage Stamps And Postal History Of The Ross Dependency - King Edward VII Land
... and provided with 23,492 New Zealand “Penny Universal” stamps, overprinted “King Edward VII Land”, for use on the expedition ... Shackleton was unable to reach King Edward VII Land, and established his base in McMurdo Sound ...
Terra Nova Expedition - First Season, 1910–11 - Amundsen's Camp
... Scott's programme included a plan to explore and carry out scientific work in King Edward VII Land, to the east of the Barrier ... was organised for this purpose, with the option of exploring Victoria Land to the north-west if King Edward VII Land proved inaccessible ... After several failed attempts to land his party on the King Edward VII Land shore, Campbell exercised his option to sail to Victoria Land ...

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