Finland, Sweden, and Norway. The name of the peninsula is Scandinavia.
The original name of Liberty Island is Bedlos. It was changed by Congess in 1956 when the Statue of Liberty, given to the US by the Fench, was placed there.
San Salvador was the name Christopher Columbus gave the island he landed on in the Bahamas. The island is now known as Guanahani.
Helluland is the Viking name for Baffin island, Nunavut, Canada.
Biru-either the name of a small river or the native chief who lived nearby-was the source of this country's name. Peru
The land you describe is called the Antarctic Peninsula.
The name you want is the Antarctic Peninsula.
You may be thinking of the Weddell Sea.
The name of the 3800 meter high active volcano on Ross Island in the Antarctic is Mount Erebus.
West Malaysia lies on the Malay Peninsula. East Malaysia lies across the South China Sea, on the island of Borneo. The Malay Peninsula is also home to the southern parts of Burma and Thailand, and the island of Singapore.
Boston was built on some land that was named the Shawmut Peninsula. it is not an island.
the island is Timor
if it is not completely surrounded by water, then it would be a peninsula. But if its completely covered, of course, its an island