Massive Underground Cavern Discovered In Antarctica - ROBERT SEPEHR
South Polar explorers have discovered a monumental “lost” ice cave with three floors, a giant hall, 200 meters of walkways, several lakes and a river hidden in Antarctica. The mysterious cave was found on Galindez Island, where explorers from the Ukrainian Antarctic Expedition (UAE) are based. https://www.rt.com/news/468671....-lost-cave-antarctic
On the bottom floor of the magnificent cavern the team found a frozen lake and a giant hall that is almost as high as a four-story building. Over the cave’s three floors and about 200 meters of walkways, the team also discovered an ice river and a bird’s feather in an ice block some 20 meters (65ft) below the surface. https://atlanteangardens.blogs....pot.com/2019/09/mass
New Swabia (Norwegian and German: Neuschwabenland) was an unrecognized Antarctic claim[clarification needed] by Nationalist Germany and is now a cartographic name sometimes given to an area of Antarctica between 20°E and 10°W in Queen Maud Land, which is claimed as a Norwegian dependent territory under the Antarctic Treaty System. New Swabia was explored by Germany in the 1930's and named after a 1939 expedition's ship, Schwabenland, itself named after the German region of Swabia.
Neuschwabenland the Lost Colony in Antarctica
Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author
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