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A feast for the ages and a dip in -2c water, celebrating the solstice in Antarctica

Celebrating midwinter on one of the coldest places on earth comes with a set of traditions that have evolved over more than 100 years.

After weeks of living without sun and enduring temperatures of around -20 degrees Celsius, Antarctic expeditioners are more than ready to celebrate the shortest day of the year.

  • Fiona Blackwood
  • ABC News

That means a subzero swim in a hole cut in the sea ice and a…

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