The Kerguelen Islands (/ˈkɜrɡəlɛn/ or /ˈkɜrɡələn/; in French commonly Îles Kerguelen or Archipel de Kerguelen but officially Archipel des Kerguelen or Archipel Kerguelen, pronounced: [kɛʁɡeˈlɛn]), also known as the Desolation Islands, are a group of…
Latitude and longitude of Port-aux-Français
Port-aux-Français is the capital settlement of the Kerguelen Islands, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, in the south Indian Ocean. The port station is located on the Gulf of Morbihan, at WikiMiniAtlas49°21′00″S 70°13′08″E / 49.35°S 70.219°E / -49.35; 70.219. It has about 45 inhabitants in winter, which can rise to more than 120 in summer.
Latitude: -49° 21' 0.00" S
Longitude: 70° 12' 59.76" E
Articles of interest in Port-aux-Français
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Port-aux-Français is the capital settlement of the Kerguelen Islands, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, in the south Indian Ocean. The port station is located on the Gulf of Morbihan, at (49.35°S 70.219°E).
Notre-Dame des Vents is a chapel located in Port-aux-Français, the capital settlement of the Kerguelen Islands, Territory of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands in the south Indian Ocean.
The Courbet Peninsula (Péninsule Courbet) is a large peninsula occupying the northeastern portion of the principal island, Grande Terre, of the subantarctic Kerguelen Archipelago of the southern Indian Ocean. On the south coast of the peninsula is t…
The Golfe du Morbihan (Gulf of Morbihan) of the Kerguelen islands forms deep and broad notch in the central section of principal island of the Kerguelen Islands, Grande Terre.
Ronarc'h Peninsula (Presqu'île Ronarc'h) is a peninsula in the south-east of the principal island of Kerguelen, a subantarctic possession of France in the southern Indian Ocean.
The Baie Norvégienne is a small bay to the south east of the Péninsule Courbet, a vast peninsula constituting, the north east quarter of the Kerguelen Islands in the Indian Ocean.