The mountain range in Svalbard near the North Pole is known for its stunning glaciers and polar bears.
But now it is becoming known for its resemblance to one of the Fab Four.
And remarkably, the discovery comes 50-years-on from the release of iconic Beatles album “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hears Club Band”.
Stunned at the finding, he tweeted the image and said: “The Murphy’s on holiday in Svalbard and noticed this on side of mountain.”
Speaking from his trip in the Arctic, Paul told the Liverpool Echo: “I noticed it straight away and can still see if now from the hotel window.
“I’m a massive Beatles fan so it was great to see this on the anniversary because I’d have loved to attend to light show in Woolton.”
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Paul, from Childwall in Merseyside, has been on the holiday with his wife and two sons.
He admits he had to show the picture to his family to be sure he wasn’t just seeing things.
“As soon as I showed them where to look they were really surprised by it as well,” he said.
“Once you’ve seen it, you can’t not see it.
“I’m hoping other fans will be able to point it out much quicker.”