|4, -56.05, 74.27|
|Largest settlement||Pasaliapolis, Derindonderak|
|Highest Elevation||Efstjörðr (aka North Vórreyja Ranges) (2571)|
|Cartographic survey||Shadze-Ma GTS 1984 et al.|
|Satellite survey||SECA 2013|
The Harda Archipelago is the southernmost island chain of Antarephia. It extends from Ullanyé in the north to Svækeyja in the far south, part of which lies within the south polar circle and is close to the Glacies Australis ice mass. The largest island in the group is the eponymous Harda Island on which a number of countries are located.
Lying between 43 and 67 degrees south, most of the islands have cool maritime climates, which are ameliorated by the warm Harda Current. A mountain chain runs most of the length of the archipelago and glaciers are found on a number of islands especially in the far south.