Tour de Pise

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Tour de Pise (66°40′S 140°1′E / 66.667°S 140.017°E / -66.667; 140.017Coordinates: 66°40′S 140°1′E / 66.667°S 140.017°E / -66.667; 140.017) is an isolated rock dome, 27 m, which protrudes through the ice in northwest Rostand Island in the Geologie Archipelago. It was charted in 1951 by the French Antarctic Expedition and named by them for the infamous Tower of Pisa.

 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Tour de Pise" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).