Collected by Chris Haines
A3, Tower Isle, Jamaica
Tower Island was named in 1820 by Edward Bransfield of the British Royal Navy during a major exploration of the Southern Ocean. On January 30, 1820, Bransfield caught sight of the Trinity Peninsula, the northernmost point of the Antarctic...
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