Komsomolets Island

Komsomolets Island (Russian: остров Комсомолец) is the northernmost island of the Severnaya Zemlya group in the Russian Arctic, and the third largest island in the group. It is the 82nd largest island on earth. There has been a request to rename this island Svyataya Mariya (St. Maria).

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Komsomolets Island - History
... The island was discovered by Boris Vilkitsky in 1913, but its insularity wasn’t proven until 1931, when Georgy Ushakov and Nikolay Urvantsev charted the archipelago during their 1930–32 expedition ... In keeping with their scheme of naming the islands after events and movements of the Russian Revolution, this island was named in honour of the members of ...
Severnaya Zemlya - Main Islands - Komsomolets
... Komsomolets Island (Russian остров Комсомолец) is the northernmost island of the Severnaya Zemlya group in the Russian Arctic, and the third largest island in the group ... It is the 82nd largest island on earth ... The northernmost point of the island is called the Arctic Cape ...

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