Cape Lollo

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Cape Lollo
Geographical location
Cape Lollo (South Atlantic)
Cape Lollo
Coordinates 54 ° 25 ′  S , 3 ° 26 ′  E Coordinates: 54 ° 25 ′  S , 3 ° 26 ′  E
location Bouvet Island
Waters South Atlantic
Bouvet Island topographic map-en.svg
Map of Bouvet Island with Cape Lollo (right)

Cape Lollo ( Norwegian Kapp Lollo ) is a small cape on the east coast of Bouvet Island . It is located a good 5 to 6 km from Cape Valdivia , the northernmost point of the island, but in contrast to this it is less characteristic. The Mowinckel Coast extends to the south and the Victoria Terrace Coast to the northwest .

The land point was first mapped in 1898 during the Valdivia expedition of the German Carl Chun . Another mapping and the naming of the cape took place in December 1928 during a Norwegian expedition under Harald Horntvedt (1879-1946).

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