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People walking toward an historic hut in a blizzard in Antarctica
December 28, 2020

Scott's Hut

Scott's Hut was erected in 1911 as a base for an expedition in Antarctica led by Captain Robert Scott, who later died on an attempted trek to the South Pole. Today, it is preserved as a museum.
Photograph by Maria Stenzel, Nat Geo Image Collection
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