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Deothermally heated water

North of the Antarctic Peninsula, there is an island so surprising that Jules Verne might have

made it the mysterious secret base of the Nautilus in the seminal sci-fi novel 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. With its protected interior port, the island is the partially submerged caldera of an active volcano. Despite its name, it has long provided a safe harbour for sailors being tossed about in stormy seas. Here, geothermally heated water makes it one of the few places in Antarctica that you can enjoy in your swimsuit. Read more: https://www.gadventures.com/blog/6-of-the-worlds-most-remote-and-beautiful-places/
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