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The South Pole, also known as the Geographic South Pole  is one of the two points where the Earth's axis of rotation intersects its surface. It is the southernmost point on the surface of the Earth and lies on the opposite side of the Earth from the North Pole. Situated on the continent of Antarctica, it is the site of the United States Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, which was established in 1956 and has been permanently staffed since that year. In our program we visit so-called the Ceremonial South Pole, it is an area set aside for photo opportunities at the South Pole Station. It is located a short distance from the Geographic South Pole, and consists of a metallic sphere on a plinth, surrounded by the flags of the Antarctic Treaty signatory states.

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13.01.2020 - South Pole! The group of the 7 Summits Club reached the South Pole on ski, in the framework of the program "Last Degree"

06.08.2019 - The President of the 7 Summits Club Alexander Abramov received the commemorative medal for the world record at the South Pole

21.02.2019 - Video report by Vladislav Lachkarev:  three achievements during one expedition to Antarctica

21.01.2019 - The 7 Summits Club congratulates the expedition "Antarctica. 200 years of research " with the successful completion of an unprecedented  journey!

19.01.2019 - Photos from Alexander Abramov. Bicycle expedition to the South pole

13.01.2019 - The team of the 7 Summits Club returned from the South pole to the Union Glacier base

12.01.2019 - There Is The Pole!  The team of the 7 Summits Club on bicycles arrived on the South Pole! 

11.01.2019 - The team of the 7 Summits Club passed a ski part of the route to the South Pole

09.01.2019 - Artem Rostovtsev celebrates his birthday at the South Pole. And on Union Glacier, our group is waiting for the plane

01.01.2019 - Message from Antarctica.   A team  of the 7 Summits Club ready to fly to Vinson

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