Iceland - latitude 65 00 N, so it is 25Â° from the N. Pole
New Zealand - Latitude: 41 00 S, so it is 49Â° from the S. Pole
Yes. Every point in Iceland is closer to the north pole
than any point in New Zealand is to the south pole.
The northernmost areas of Iceland are closer to the north pole than the southernmost tip of New Zealand is to the south pole.
Iceland is closer, BUT New Zealand does claim some Antarctic territory that goes all the way to the South Pole itself.
Iceland is MUCH closer to the North Pole than New Zealand is to the South Pole.
No, it is closer.
New Zealand is closer to the south pole more than Iceland is to the north pole! • <<br /> *
Iceland (northernmost point at 66o32'N) is much closer to the North Pole than New Zealand (southernmost point at 52o37'S) is to the South Pole.
1,100 km ruffly
iceland to the north pole
Iceland to the North Pole
New Zealand is closer to the South Pole than is Australia.
No. Iceland is nearer to the North Pole than New Zealand is to the South Pole.
Iceland is North of the Equator.
Iceland is slightly south of the Arctic Circle. The North Pole is the center of the Arctic Circle. Iceland is 1800-miles from the North Pole.South
No. Iceland is north of the equator.
Tonga is closer to Fiji in the East Tuvalu in the North Vanuatu in the West and New Zealand to the South
North america is closer to the north pole, whilst South america is closest to the south pole.
It is closer to South America.
It's a lot closer to the North Pole than it is to the South Pole.
quite far north