Alexandra Mountains

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Alexandra Mountains is located in Antarctica
Alexandra Mountains
Alexandra Mountains
Alexandra Mountains in Antarctica
Area map of Guest Peninsula.

Alexandra Mountains (77°25′S 153°30′W / 77.417°S 153.500°W / -77.417; -153.500) is a group of low, separated mountains in the north portion of Edward VII Peninsula, just southwest of Sulzberger Bay in Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica. Discovered in January–February 1902 by the British National Antarctic Expedition during an exploratory cruise of the Discovery along the Ross Ice Shelf. Named for Alexandra, then Queen of the United Kingdom.[1]

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