Place: Dunedin (New Zealand)
|Other Place Types||city, seaport, industrial center|
|Alternative Terms||DUN; DUD|
Center of gold rush 1861-ca. 1883; major agricultural & arts center; site of Otago University; base for Byrd's Antarctic expeditions 1928-1930, 1933-1935; founded by Scottish Presbyterians; name was derived from Gaelic for Edinburgh.
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