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817-398451 - Female hiker on The Cleveland Way near Captain Cooka´s monument on Easby Moor near Great Ayton Roseberry Topping in distance The Cleveland Way National Trail, North York Moors National park, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
921-706 - Semyon Dezhnev settlement, abandoned and ruined, Cape Dezhnev (Chukotskiy Peninsular ) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: cape that forms the easternmost mainland point of Eurasia. In 1898 it was officially renamed Cape Dezhnev, replacing Captain James Cook's 'East Cape', in honor of Semyon Dezhnyov, the first recorded European to round it (1648). There is a large monument to Dezhnev on the coast.
921-815 - Semyon Dezhnev settlement, abandoned and ruined, Cape Dezhnev (Chukotskiy Peninsular ) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: cape that forms the easternmost mainland point of Eurasia. In 1898 it was officially renamed Cape Dezhnev, replacing Captain James Cook's 'East Cape', in honor of Semyon Dezhnyov, the first recorded European to round it (1648). There is a large monument to Dezhnev on the coast.
921-709 - Semyon Dezhnev settlement, abandoned and ruined, Cape Dezhnev (Chukotskiy Peninsular ) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: cape that forms the easternmost mainland point of Eurasia. In 1898 it was officially renamed Cape Dezhnev, replacing Captain James Cook's 'East Cape', in honor of Semyon Dezhnyov, the first recorded European to round it (1648). There is a large monument to Dezhnev on the coast.
921-708 - Semyon Dezhnev settlement, abandoned and ruined, Cape Dezhnev (Chukotskiy Peninsular ) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: cape that forms the easternmost mainland point of Eurasia. In 1898 it was officially renamed Cape Dezhnev, replacing Captain James Cook's 'East Cape', in honor of Semyon Dezhnyov, the first recorded European to round it (1648). There is a large monument to Dezhnev on the coast.
921-707 - Semyon Dezhnev settlement, abandoned and ruined, Cape Dezhnev (Chukotskiy Peninsular ) Russia, Asia. MORE INFO: cape that forms the easternmost mainland point of Eurasia. In 1898 it was officially renamed Cape Dezhnev, replacing Captain James Cook's 'East Cape', in honor of Semyon Dezhnyov, the first recorded European to round it (1648). There is a large monument to Dezhnev on the coast.
755-179 - Statue at point where Cook first landed, although the statue, brought from Italy and dating from the 19th century is probably not of Cook, James Cook Plaza, Poverty Bay, Gisborne, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific
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