South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands are British territories also claimed by Argentina as part of the Islas del Atlántico Sur.
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Shag Rocks
Location: 55°33'S : 42°02'W These six isolated rocks, and outlying Black Rock, are approximately 250 km west of the island of South Georgia. They are sedimentary in origin and cover an area of 0.2 km² with the highest elevation being 71 m. These unglacierized rocks were probably sighted in 1762 and 1794, however the first confirmed sighting did not come until 1819. The uninhabited rocks were first landed upon in 1956. The rocks are claimed as British territory, being part of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. Not to be outdone, they are also claimed by Argentina as part of the Islas del Atlántico Sur. This category contains Internet sites that are about or located on Shag Rocks.
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South Georgia
Location: 53°30' to 55°00'S : 35°30' to 38°40'W South Georgia consists of one main island, several small ones, and numerous islets and rocks. The outlying Clerke Rocks are 74 km southwest of the main island and all are mainly of sedimentary origin. Covering an area of 3755 km², the highest peak is Mt. Paget at an elevation of 2934 m. The island is 57% glacierized. The island was first sighted in 1675 and landed upon in 1775. Sealers arrived in 1786 and operated off and on, in conjunction with whaling stations, until 1965. The island has been permanently occupied by whaling and / or scientific stations since 1904. South Georgia is claimed as British territory and is part of the inclusive territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. The island is also claimed by Argentina as part of the Islas del Atlántico Sur. This category contains Internet sites that are about or located on South Georgia Island.
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South Sandwich Islands
Location: 56°18' to 59°28'S : 26°14' to 28°11'W This group is a chain of eleven small volcanic islands stretched out over 390 km. They cover an area of 310 km² with the highest elevation being Mt. Belinda, on Montague Island, at a height of 1375 m. The group is 80% glacierized. First sighted in 1775, the first to land were sealers in 1818. They are uninhabited, although scientific personnel have wintered over. They are claimed as British territory and are part of the inclusive territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. The islands are also claimed by Argentina as part of the Islas del Atlántico Sur. This category contains Internet sites that are about or located on the South Sandwich Islands.
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This category includes web sites directed at those visiting the South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands. Examples include sites for hotels, motels, other lodging facilities, travel guides, attractions, parks, tour operators, and travel agents.
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