Bell Island

Bell Island is a small island in the south-west of the archipelago in , . The island was named by the English explorer Benjamin Leigh Smith for its bell-shaped mountain which rises steeply from the island's southern coast with the Barents Sea.
Latitude
80.0063° or 80° 0' 22.7" north
Longitude
49.2634° or 49° 15' 48.2" east
Elevation
86 metres (282 feet)
Geo­Names ID
577995

Also Known As

  • Avaric: Bell
  • Azerbaijani: Bell
  • Cebuano: Ostrov Bel
  • Cebuano: Ostrov Bell
  • Chinese: 貝爾島
  • Dutch: Île Bell
  • English: Ostrov Bell
  • French: Île Bell
  • French: île Bell
  • German: Bell-Insel
  • Italian: isola di Bell
  • Japanese: ベル島
  • Kotava: Bell (ewala)
  • Russian: Белл (остров)
  • Russian: Белл
  • Russian: Остров Белл
  • Ukrainian: Белл (острів)
  • Isola di Bell

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