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Volkonskogo Gora

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Picture taken from the route up to the mountain Volkonskogo Gora, in Queen Maud Land, Antarctica. Picture was taken on September 25. 2011.

In the north (towards the sun), the Norwegian research station, Troll, is barely visible. 

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