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Christmas in Antarctica: Celebrating the festive season in the world’s most remote outposts

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When you're celebrating Christmas from one of the most remote outposts on Earth, it's all about logistics.

Added on the 25/12/2021 12:44:48 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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