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Cape Buller

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Cape Buller

Cape Buller (53°59′S 37°22′W) is a rugged headland forming the west side of the entrance to the Bay of Isles on the north coast of South Georgia. It was discovered and named in 1775 by a British expedition under James Cook.

Map of Cape Buller, SIQQ 1ZZ, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

The area including the Bay of Isles and Cape Wilson, along with Grytviken is one of two Areas of Special Tourist Interest on the island.

References

Cape Buller Wikipedia


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