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Mitsudomoe Islands

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Location  Antarctica
Population  Uninhabited
Mitsudomoe Islands

The Mitsudomoe Islands are three small islands lying close together 2 kilometres (1 nmi) west of Strandnebba in the southeastern extremity of Lützow-Holm Bay, Antarctica. They were mapped from surveys and air photos by the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition, 1957–62, and named "Mitsudomoe-shima" (commas-united-to-form-a-circle islands).

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Mitsudomoe Islands Wikipedia


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