M33 galaxy contains many H II regions. Four of them have been discovered by William Herschel in 1784, and they are also listed in the picture below as NGC objects. The most famous of these regions is NGC604. This region is somehow similar in structure to Orion Nebula, but it is about 50 times larger. In fact, the NGC604 region would fill the whole distance between us and Orion Nebula that is placed about 1400 light years away.
In the picture below you will find marked some interesting objects placed in M33 galaxy. C27 and C39 are the largest globular clusters in this galaxy, and GR290 is LBV star that shows 1 magnitude amplitude eruptions every about 20 years, and smaller ones with scale of about 320 days. Other object are H II regions.
Another picture shows enlarged fragment of the whole frame. You can see here some faint and distant galaxies – about dozen of them. They are very remote, no exact data about actual distance, but basing on their size and brightness they may be a few hundreds or even one thousand times more distant than M33 galaxy.
Ah, the full frame of course – north is up:
And one more picture – NGC604 cut from my picture compared with Hubble Space Telescope image – guess which one is mine 🙂