Antarctic achievement

E. S.
February 2011
Art Newspaper;Feb2011, Issue 221, p27
The article offers information on efforts by the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust to raise 3.5 million British pounds to finance the conservation of the Antarctic hut used by British explorer Captain Robert Scott.


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