Extreme points of the Antarctic

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This is a list of the extreme points of the Antarctic, the points of Antarctic and subantarctic lands that are farther to the south than any other location classified by continent and country. Geographical position and distance to the South Pole.


According to the Antarctic Treaty, Antarctica is defined as all land and ice shelves south of the 60th parallel south.

See Extreme points of Antarctica for details of the continent itself.

Southern Ocean[edit]

The Southern Ocean comprises the southernmost waters of the world's three transequatorial oceans, north from 60° S latitude. The northern boundary, defined by the northern limit of icebergs is not precise, but lies between 40° and 50° S latitude.

South America[edit]



United Kingdom




New Zealand

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