Pyotr Anjou

1796 - 1869

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Pyotr Fyodorovich Anjou (Russian: Пётр Фёдорович Анжу; 15 February 1796 – 12 October 1869) was an Arctic explorer and an admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pyotr Anjou has received more than 32,997 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Pyotr Anjou is the 352nd most popular explorer, the 1,495th most popular biography from Russia and the 23rd most popular Russian Explorer.

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Among explorers, Pyotr Anjou ranks 352 out of 405Before him are Pyotr Beketov, Louis de Freycinet, Tobias Furneaux, George Nares, Frederick Lugard, 1st Baron Lugard, and Alexander Burnes. After him are Vivian Fuchs, Dirk Hartog, Benjamin Morrell, John Marshall, George Back, and Gombojab Tsybikov.

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Among people born in 1796, Pyotr Anjou ranks 51Before him are Karl Leberecht Immermann, Wilhelm Hemprich, Phan Thanh Giản, Asher Brown Durand, Robert Wight, and John M. Clayton. After him are Joseph Meyer, George Back, Horace Mann, John Torrey, and Henry De la Beche. Among people deceased in 1869, Pyotr Anjou ranks 41Before him are Johann Georg von Hahn, Michael Sars, Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov, Otto Jahn, George Peabody, and Peter Mark Roget. After him are Jean René Constant Quoy, Edwin Stanton, Alexander Dreyschock, Mary Ward, Diomidis Kyriakos, and Charles Sturt.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Pyotr Anjou ranks 1,495 out of 2,688Before him are Anatoli Maslyonkin (1930), Alexander Popov (1971), Dima Bilan (1981), Aleksei Balabanov (1959), Johann Friedrich Adam (1780), and Mikhail Zharov (1899). After him are Eduard Wiiralt (1898), Sergey Mironov (1953), Sandra Kalniete (1952), Andrey Makarevich (1953), Nikolay Mikhaylovsky (1842), and Otto von Böhtlingk (1815).

Among EXPLORERS In Russia

Among explorers born in Russia, Pyotr Anjou ranks 23Before him are Boris Vilkitsky (1885), Stepan Krasheninnikov (1711), Yakov Sannikov (1780), Khariton Laptev (1700), Pyotr Chikhachyov (1808), and Alexander Fersman (1883). After him are Gombojab Tsybikov (1873), Gennady Nevelskoy (1813), Artur Chilingarov (1939), and Mikhail Somov (1908).