The Most beautiful place on earth: international zone

United States, 1974

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Shows the scientific research undertaken on Antarctica, which has been declared open for use by all mankind for scientific and peaceful purposes. This film shows the international co-operation achieved in efforts to preserve the unique environment of the continent.

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production company

United Nations Television

co-director

Pierre des Bonnet

Martin Bunnel

Duration

00:27:03:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1974

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