North Pole


The North Pole is significant for its symbolic and geographic importance

North Pole is the northernmost point on Earth, located at the geographic North Pole where the Earth’s axis of rotation meets its surface. It is situated in the Arctic Ocean, covered by sea ice, and is not part of any continent. The North Pole experiences extreme cold temperatures year-round and has a unique environment shaped by its location within the Arctic Circle.

It marks the point of latitude 90° North and is used as a reference point in navigation and geography. Expeditions to the North Pole have historically been challenging due to the harsh conditions and the floating sea ice covering the