Tirpitzøya is an island in the Svalbard archipelago, one of the islands of Kong Karls Land. It has a length of about 3.3 kilometers, and is located outside the bay of Breibukta of Kongsøya. The island is named after German admiral Alfred von Tirpitz.
Hinlopen Strait is the strait between Spitsbergen and Nordaustlandet in Svalbard, Norway. It is 150 kilometers (93 mi) long and 10 to 60 kilometers wide. The strait is difficult to pass because of pack ice. It is believed to have been named after Thijmen Jacobsz Hinlopen.
Bölscheøya is an island southwest of Negerpynten, the southeastern point of Edgeøya. It is part of Thousand Islands. The island was named in 1868 by the German geographer August Petermann (1822–78) after the German journalist Carl Bölsche, father of the German writer and zoologist Wilhelm Bölsche (1843–93). The remains of a whaling station from the 17th century can be found on the island.
Alka is a Norwegian islet between Gassen and Havella in Menkeøyane, part of Thousand Islands, an archipelago south of Edgeøya.
James I Land is a land area on the northwestern part of Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It is named after King James I of England and Scotland. The 30 kilometer long glacier Sveabreen divides James I Land from Oscar II Land.
Barentsjøkulen is a glacier on Barentsøya, Svalbard. The glacier covers an area of about 571 km2 (220 sq mi). It is named after the Barents Island, which again is named after Dutch explorer Willem Barentsz. Barents Island is on the Barents Sea.
Finneset is a peninsula located on the east side of Grønfjorden on Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway. It is located 2 kilometers (1.2 mi) south of Barentsburg. A whaling station was located there until 1905. From 1911 it became the site of the first wireless station in the Arctic, named Svalbard Radio from 19 September 1925. It was also a meteorological station operated by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. Both services moved to Longyearbyen on 1 September 1930. It is named for being a fine place to land a ship.
The Longyear River is a river which runs through the Longyear Valley, passing through the town of Longyearbyen and draining into Adventfjorden on the island of Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway. It is named for the American industrialist John Munroe Longyear.
Sorgfjorden is a fjord at the northeastern coast of Spitsbergen, Svalbard. It cuts into Ny-Friesland, from the northern part of Hinlopen Strait. It is also called Treurenberg Bay.
Breibukta is a bay at the southern side of Kongsøya in Kong Karls Land, Svalbard. It stretches from Kapp Altmann via Helgoland Island to Vestre Tømmerpynten at the headland Tømmerneset.
Kapp Altmann is a headland at the southern side of Kongsøya in Kong Karls Land, Svalbard. It has a length of 1.9 kilometers and a width between 100 and 200 meters. Outside the spit are two small islands. The headland is named after Arctic explorer Johan Andreas Altmann. Kapp Altmann defines the western extension of the bay Breibukta.
Nordaustpynten is a headland at Kongsøya of the Kong Karls Land, Svalbard, the most northeastern point of the island.
Tordenskjoldberget is a mountain on the island of Kongsøya in Kong Karls Land, Svalbard. It is named after naval officer Peter Tordenskjold. The mountain is located at the western side of the island, south of Retziusfjellet and is separated from Sjögrenfjellet by the mountain pass Passet.
Antarcticøya is an island at the southwestern coast of Svenskøya in Kong Karls Land, Svalbard. It is located outside the bay of Kyrkjevika. The island is named after the ship Antarctic. Antarcticøya is the largest among several small islands at the outer part of Kyrkjevika.
Coraholmen is an island in Ekmanfjorden in James I Land at Spitsbergen, Svalbard, at the northern side of Isfjorden. It has a length of 3.3 kilometers, and a width of 1.8 kilometers. The island is named after the fossil species Productus cora, which is common on the island. Part of the island is dominated by moraine ridges deposited by the glacier Sefströmbreen during a surge in 1896. Coraholmen is included in the Nordre Isfjorden National Park.
Forlandsøyane are three small islands off the southwestern coast of Prins Karls Forland, at the western side of Spitsbergen, Svalbard. The islands are Nordøya, Midtøya and Sørøya. Of these, Midtøya is the largest island. The islands were included in the Forlandsøyane Bird Sanctuary in 1973.
Kükenthaløya is an island between Barentsøya and Olav V Land, Svalbard. It is located south of the strait Heleysundet and north of Ormholet, at the inner part of Ginevra Bay. The island is named after German zoologist and Arctic explorer Willy Kükenthal.
Kapp Bessels is a headland at Barentsøya, Svalbard. It is located at the northeastern coast of the island, and east of the glacier of Besselsbreen. The headland is named after German Arctic explorer Emil Bessels.
Frankenhalvøya is a peninsula at Barentsøya, Svalbard. It has a length of about nine kilometers, and a width of six kilometers. The peninsula is named after the German region of Franconia. The bay of Dorstbukta is situated between Frankenhalvøya and Besselsbreen. Northeast of the peninsula is the headland Kapp Voejkov.
Hübnerbreen is a glacier at Barentsøya, Svalbard. It is located at the eastern part of the island, and is named after mining engineer and Arctic explorer Adolf Hübner. The mountain of Buklerimen separates Hübnerbreen from Freemanbreen. The coastal plain of Ritterflya, at the east coast of Barentsøya, is formed by deposits from Hübnerbreen and the nearby Reymondbreen.
Krefftberget is a mountain group at Barentsøya, Svalbard. It is named after Australian zoologist Gerard Krefft, and is situated at the southern part of the island.
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