Franz - Places

Places

  • Franz (crater), a lunar crater
  • Franz, Ontario, a railway junction and unorganized town in Canada
  • Franz Josef Glacier, a glacier on New Zealand's South Island.
  • Franz Josef Land, an archipelago in the Arctic Sea north of Russia
  • Franz Joseph Island, an island located at the mouth of the Buna River in Albania
  • Place Franz-Liszt, one of the Squares in Paris

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