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Ross Dependency
Ross Dependency
Oppervlakte 450.000 km²
Coördinaten 75°ZB, 175°WL
Inwoners 0 (0 /km²)
Volkslied God Defend New Zealand
Feestdag 6 februari (Waitangi day)

Ross Dependency is een territoriale aanspraak van Nieuw-Zeeland op Antarctica. Het gebied ligt tussen 160° O en 150° W en bevat onder andere de bekende Rosszee en het eiland Ross. Ross Dependency werd opgeëist in 1923 en tot 1961 als overzees gebiedsdeel van Nieuw-Zeeland bestuurd. Na het Antarctisch Verdrag liggen de zaken echter wat anders en hebben andere landen ook enige zeggenschap over het bestuur van dit gebied op Antarctica.

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