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Cape Farewell
New Zealand

Cape Farewell is a headland in New Zealand, the most northerly point on the South Island. It is located just west of


Farewell Spit. Discovered by Abel Tasman, it was named by British explorer Captain James Cook in 1770 - it was the last

land seen by his crew as they departed on the ship's homeward voyage.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Farewell,_New_Zealand

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