Law-Racoviţă Station

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The Law-Racoviţă Station (Romanian: Staţia Law-Racoviţă) is the first Antarctic exploration station of Romania, named after the Romanian explorer Emil Racoviţă.

The station is situated in Princess Elizabeth Land, more specifically in the Larsemann Hills. It was inaugurated on January 13, 2006, on the site of an exporation station built in 1989 by Australia and donated to Romania.

Law-Racoviţă Station is operated by the Romanian Polar Research Institute, and is led by polar explorer Teodor Negoiţă.
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