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Cape Tirol, Wiener Neustadt Island, Franz Josef Land

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The Federal Franz Josef Land Nature Reserve, the Russian Arctic National Park.

Cape Tyrol is situated in the north-eastern part of Wiener Neustadt Island. It was named by Julius von Payer after the mountain area in Austria, the motherland of some expedition members.

Wiener Neustadt is an island in the center of the archipelago. It was discovered in 1874 by Julius von Payer and named after a town in Austria where he studied at a military academy.


Wiener Neustadt Island in Wikipedia

J. Payer in Wikipedia

Wiener Neustadt Island on www.franz-josef-land.info

Website of Russian Arctic National Park (in Russian only)

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