- the latest 'must-see' polar travel destination.
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Location: N71 o W180o - approximately 500 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle above Siberia.
Area: 4,507 km2 - about twice the size of the ACT
Nominal Capital: Ushakovskoye
Permanent Population: about 100
Major Wildlife: Polar bears, Pacific Walrus, Arctic Fox, Snow Geese, seals, lemmings.
Highest Point: Mt. Sovetskaya (1096m)
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