|Church in Ice Cave at Belgrano 2 Station, Antarctica.|
|Vince's Cross, near Mcmurdo station|
|Our Lady of the Snows Shrine, a Madonna statue, near Mcmurdo station|
Our Lady of the Snows Shrine, a Madonna statue that commemorates Richard T. Williams, a Seabee tractor driver who drowned off Cape Royds near Ross Island, in January 1956 when his D-8 Caterpillar (30- tons tractor) broke through the sea ice. Near this shrine is a monument erected to commemorate Raymond T. Smith, a Navy petty officer killed during a ship unloading accident at McMurdo in February, 1982.
|Catholic Church at Chilean Base P.te Eduardo Frei|
|The Chapel of Base Marambio, Antarctica|
|Trinity Church, Bellingshausen Station|
|Chapel of the Snows, McMurdo Station|
Chapel of the Snows is a non-denominational Christian church located at the United States McMurdo Station on Ross Island, Antarctica. The chapel is the southernmost religious building in the world and has regular Catholic and Protestant services. During the Austral Summer, the chapel is staffed by rotational chaplains. The U.S. Air National Guard supplies Protestant Chaplains and the Archdiocese of New Zealand supplies Catholic Priests. The chapel is also host to services and meetings for other faith groups such as Latter Day Saints, Baha'i, and Buddhism and non-religious groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous. These meetings are dependent on lay-leadership to be the points of contact and facilitators. The building itself may hold up to 63 worshippers.
|St. Ivan Rilski Chapel, St. Kliment Ohridski|
The St. Ivan Rilski Chapel at the Bulgarian base St. Kliment Ohridski on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands is the first Eastern Orthodox edifice in Antarctica, and the southernmost Eastern Orthodox building of worship in the world. The three foundation stones of the 3.5 by 3.5m building were laid on 9 December 2001 by Protodeacon Lyubomir Bratoev, and the completed Chapel was consecrated on 9 February 2003.
|Chapel of “San Francesco de Asis” at Esperanza Base, Antarctica|
The Chapel (picture above) shown in the pictures is the one at Esperanza Base, and it is dedicated to San Francesco de Asis. It may not be the smallest chapel in the world but must be one of the most remote, and for sure it is the most Sothern one dedicated to S. Francesco.