67th parallel south

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67th parallel south

The 67th parallel south is a circle of latitude that is 67 degrees south of the Earth's equatorial plane, about 50 km south of the Antarctic Circle. It crosses the Southern Ocean and Antarctica.

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Starting at the Prime Meridian and heading eastwards, the parallel 67° south passes through:

Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea Notes
67°0′S 0°0′E / 67.000°S 0.000°E / -67.000; 0.000 (Prime Meridian) Southern Ocean
67°0′S 48°22′E / 67.000°S 48.367°E / -67.000; 48.367 (Antarctica) Antarctica Australian Antarctic Territory, claimed by  Australia
67°0′S 49°34′E / 67.000°S 49.567°E / -67.000; 49.567 (Southern Ocean) Southern Ocean Amundsen Bay
67°0′S 50°33′E / 67.000°S 50.550°E / -67.000; 50.550 (Antarctica) Antarctica Australian Antarctic Territory, claimed by  Australia
67°0′S 57°23′E / 67.000°S 57.383°E / -67.000; 57.383 (Southern Ocean) Southern Ocean
67°0′S 82°33′E / 67.000°S 82.550°E / -67.000; 82.550 (Antarctica) Antarctica Australian Antarctic Territory, claimed by  Australia
Adélie Land, claimed by  France
Australian Antarctic Territory, claimed by  Australia
67°0′S 146°47′E / 67.000°S 146.783°E / -67.000; 146.783 (Southern Ocean) Southern Ocean Passing just south of Buckle Island, claimed by  New Zealand
67°0′S 68°36′W / 67.000°S 68.600°W / -67.000; -68.600 (Antarctica) Antarctica Adelaide Island and the Antarctic Peninsula, claimed by  Argentina,  Chile and  United Kingdom
67°0′S 60°17′W / 67.000°S 60.283°W / -67.000; -60.283 (Southern Ocean) Southern Ocean Weddell Sea

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