|Archipelago||Franz Josef Archipelago|
|Area||149 km2 (58 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||447 m (1467 ft)|
This island was named after American Arctic explorer Adolphus Greely.
Just south of Kuhn Island lies the small Brosch Island (Russian: Остров Брош, Ostrov Brosh) with a maximum height of 85 m (279 ft). This island was named after Gustav Brosch, a naval lieutenant from Bohemia in the Austro-Hungarian North Pole Expedition.
Kane Island (Russian: Остров Кейна, Ostrov Keyna) is another large partly unglacierized island lying off Greely Island's northeastern shore, southeast of Kuhn Island and separated from it by a 2 km (1.2 mi) narrow sound. It has a maximum height of 282 m (925 ft). Kane Island was named after American Arctic explorer Dr. Elisha Kent Kane.