The group consists of two main islands, Prince Edward Island and Marion Island. They are separated by 22 km and are of volcanic origin with a number of outliers. The two islands cover 317 km² with the highest elevation, State President Swart Peak, located on Marion Island. The group was first sighted in 1663 with the first landing, by sealers, in 1799. A scientific station was established in 1947 and has been occupied permanently since. The Prince Edward Islands are a state territory of the Republic of South Africa. This category contains Internet sites that are about or located on the Marion and Prince Edward Islands.
Please only submit sites that are about or located on the Marion and Prince Edward Islands.

This category does NOT relate to the much larger Canadian province of Prince Edward Island.

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Location: 46°52'S : 36°52'E These islands are South African possessions some 1,200 miles south east of Cape Town. Situated in the path of the "Roaring Forties" and "Furious Fifties", they have some of the worst weather in the world: their chief value today is as a weather station
Please only submit sites that are about or located on Marion Island.
Location: 46°52'S : 36°52'E These islands are South African possessions some 1,200 miles south east of Cape Town. Situated in the path of the "Roaring Forties" and "Furious Fifties", they have some of the worst weather in the world: their chief value today is as a weather station
Please only submit sites that are about or located on Prince Edward Island.