Gogenloe Island

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Coordinates: 81°42′N 58°30′E / 81.700°N 58.500°E / 81.700; 58.500

Location of the Franz Josef Archipelago

Gogenloe Island (Russian: остров Гогенлоэ), also known as Hohenlohe, is an island in Franz Josef Land, Russia.

Gogenloe Island is located roughly half way between Rudolf Island and Karl-Alexander Island. Its maximum length is 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) and its area is 38 square kilometers (15 sq mi).

Gogenloe Island was named after the German princely dynasty Hohenlohe.

Adjacent islands[edit]

  • Oktyabryata Islands (острова Октябрята) is a group of islets off Gogenloe Island's northeastern shore. They are located at a latitude of 81° 37' N and a longitude of 58° 54' E. These islands were named after the Russian October Revolution. Ostrov Kupolok and Maly are two of the islands of the small group.

References[edit]

  • Location: [1]
  • Map: [2]
  • Magazine article: [3]