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Etna Island

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Location  Antarctica
Population  Uninhabited
Etna Island

Etna Island is an island with a high summit, lying 11 kilometres (6 nmi) north of the eastern end of Joinville Island, off the northeastern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. It was discovered by a British expedition under James Clark Ross, 1839–43, who so named it because of its resemblance to the volcanic Mount Etna in Sicily.

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Etna Island Wikipedia


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