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Peter I Island

Peter I Island (in Norwegian Peter Is y) was discovered on 21 January 1821 by Fabian von Bellingshausen[?]. It was then named after the Russian Czar Peter I. The first successful landing was made on 2 February 1929 by Ola Olstad[?] claiming it for Norway.

The highest point of the island is Lars Christensen Peak[?] measuring 1755 metres.



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