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Dronning Maud Land
Norway Claim Antarctica 44°38‘E – 20°W
Platzhalter

The Queen Maud Land or Dronning Maul Land is a 2.5 million-square-kilometer sector of the Antarctica claimed as a dependent territory by Norway. The land is named after Queen Maud (1869–1938).

The highest point in Queen Maud Land is the Jøkulkyrkja at 3'148 m within the Mühlig Hofmann Range. The range is extending from east to west for about 100 kilometres.

 

Antarctis  Vinson Massif Mountain United Nations Geneva stamp

Norway 1957
Map of Dronning Maud Land.  

 

Antarctica The Saw Blade Ridge stamp

Norway 1985, Sawbladed Ridge.
The Sagbladet Ridge is situated at the east side of the Austreskorve Glacier within the Mühlig-Hofmann Range.

 

Antarctica The Chopping Block stamp stamp

Norway 1985, Chopping Block.
The Chopping Block is situated within the Sagbladet Ridge. 

 

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