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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Balgari Nunatak (BGR) 69° 06' 55.5" S 72° 09' 25.0" W Nunatak
Name ID: 138267 Place ID: 19845

The mostly ice-fee rocky ridge extending 800 m in E-W direction and 550 m wide, rising to 200 m on the S side of Bongrain Ice Piedmont in northern Alexander Island. Situated 630 m from the seashore, 1.85 km N by W of Cape Vostok, 13.4 km W of Boyn Ridge and 6.1 km NW of St. George Peak. Surmounts Lazarev Bay to the S. Visited on 3 January 1988 by the geological team of Christo Pimpirev and Borislav Kamenov (First Bulgarian Antarctic Expedition), and Philip Nell and Peter Marquis (British Antarctic Survey). On that occasion, a small rocky offshoot situated 360 m SE of the nunatak's summit was designated as the site for a future Bulgarian Antarctic base. However, the two prefabricated huts brought for the purpose onboard the Russian research vessel Somov in April 1988 could not be helicoptered ashore due to bad weather, and were erected on Livingston Island instead. British mapping in 1991.

Belomortsi Point (BGR) 62° 28' 59.0" S 60° 48' 30.0" W Point
Name ID: 138296 Place ID: 19874

The sharp and low ice-free point projecting 140 m northwestwards from Gerlovo Beach on Ioannes Paulus II Peninsula, Livingston Island. Situated 1.2 km NE of Mercury Bluff, 850 m SE of San Telmo Island and 2.3 km S of the NW extremity of Cape Shirreff. Bulgarian mapping in 2005, 2009 and 2017.

Boynik Point (BGR) 62° 27' 07.0" S 60° 18' 38.0" W Point
Name ID: 138294 Place ID: 19872

The rounded rocky point the SE side of the entrance to Kozma Cove, forming the NE extremity of Desolation Island in the entrance to Hero Bay, Livingston Island. Situated 3.2 km ESE of Cape Danger, and 9 km W of Williams Point, 7.6 km NW of Kotis Point and 12.15 km NE of Siddins Point on Livingston Island. Bulgarian mapping in 2005, 2009 and 2017.

Breze Peak (BGR) 69° 16' 30.0" S 71° 17' 00.0" W Peak
Name ID: 138275 Place ID: 19853

The mostly ice-covered peak rising to 1450 m in eastern Havre Mountains, northern Alexander Island. Situated 11.2 km SE of Mount Pontida, 13.15 km SSE of Mount Newman, 22.5 km W of Mount Sanderson in Rouen Mountains, and 17.37 km NNW of the central height of Landers Peaks. In Sofia University Mountains. Surmounts Russian Gap to the NE and Foreman Glacier to the W. Visited on 8 January 1988 by the geological team of Christo Pimpirev and Borislav Kamenov (First Bulgarian Antarctic Expedition), and Philip Nell and Peter Marquis (British Antarctic Survey). British mapping in 1971.

Farmakida Cove (BGR) 69° 07' 30.0" S 70° 03' 00.0" W Cove
Name ID: 138292 Place ID: 19870

The 7 km wide cove indenting for 3.3 km the NE coast of Alexander Island, and entered S of Nicholas Point. Surmounted by Mount Calais on the SW. British mapping in 1971.

Gazey Nunatak (BGR) 69° 18' 58.0" S 71° 50' 28.0" W Nunatak
Name ID: 138270 Place ID: 19848

The partly ice-covered ridge extending 2.9 km in N-S direction and 830 m wide, rising to 1500 m in Coulter Glacier, Havre Mountains in northern Alexander Island. Situated 6.15 km SSE of Simon Peak, 14.5 km SW of Mount Pontida and 8 km N of Dint Island. British mapping in 1971.

Igralishte Peak (BGR) 69° 11' 51.0" S 71° 37' 19.0" W Peak
Name ID: 138273 Place ID: 19851

The ice-covered peak rising to 1800 m in Havre Mountains, northern Alexander Island. Situated 7.73 km SE of Satovcha Peak, 7.34 km WSW of Mount Newman and 5.42 km NW of Mount Pontida. Surmounts Wubbold Glacier to the S. British mapping in 1971.

Kolokita Cove (BGR) 69° 21' 50.0" S 71° 49' 00.0" W Cove
Name ID: 138272 Place ID: 19850

The 2.7 km wide cove indenting for 1.55 km the NW coast of Alexnder Island, and entered E of the coastal point formed by Hopkins Ridge and W of Piyanets Ridge. Its head is fed by Coulter Glacier. British mapping in 1971.

Korsis Island (BGR) 62° 44' 49.5" S 61° 29' 44.0" W Island
Name ID: 138297 Place ID: 19875

The rocky island lying 150 m off the NW coast of Snow Island, extending 300 m in SE-NW direction and 180 m wide. Situated 750 m NE of Byewater Point, 760 m ENE of Gergini Reef and 2.93 km SW of Bizone Rock. Bulgarian mapping in 2009.

Lesnovo Hill (BGR) 69° 24' 52.0" S 70° 54' 11.0" W Hill
Name ID: 138286 Place ID: 19864

The mostly ice-covered hill rising to 1000 m at the W extremity of Care Heights in Rouen Mountains, northern Alexander Island. Situated 6.9 km SW of Mount Sanderson, 19.3 km WSW of Mount Cupola, 6.23 km N of Serpent Nunatak, and 10.95 km E of the central height of Landers Peaks in Sofia University Mountains. Surmounts Nichols Snowfield to the W. Visited on 28 January 1988 by the geological team of Christo Pimpirev and Borislav Kamenov (First Bulgarian Antarctic Expedition), and Philip Nell and Peter Marquis (British Antarctic Survey). British mapping in 1971.

Lukovo Point (BGR) 62° 38' 38.7" S 60° 33' 24.0" W Point
Name ID: 138295 Place ID: 19873

The mostly ice-free point on the NW coast of South Bay in Livingston Island projecting 200 m southwards. Situated 1.8 km NE of Aldan Rock, 3.15 km ENE of Hannah Point, 5 km WSW of Ereby Point and 10.5 km NW of Miers Bluff. Surmounted by Krakra Bluff on the N. Bulgarian mapping in 2005, 2009 and 2017.

Moriseni Peak (BGR) 69° 36' 33.0" S 71° 28' 15.0" W Peak
Name ID: 138277 Place ID: 19855

The mostly ice-covered peak rising to 1800 m in Lassus Mountains, northern Alexander Island. Situated 2.7 km S by E of Mount Devol, 8.38 km WSW of Rachenitsa Nunatak and 5.55 km E by N of Beagle Peak. Steep and partly ice-free S slopes. Surmounts Nichols Snowfield to the E and Narechen Glacier to the NW. British mapping in 1971.

Mount Devol (BGR) 69° 35' 08.0" S 71° 29' 15.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 138276 Place ID: 19854

The ice-covered mountain rising to 1700 m in Lassus Mountains, northern Alexander Island. Situated 10.24 km S by E of Mount Wilbye, 8.7 km SW of Mount Kliment Ohridski in Sofia University Mountains, 8.77 km W of Rachenitsa Nunatak, 2.7 km N by W of Moriseni Peak and 9.5 km E by N of Faulkner Nunatak. Surmounts Nichols Snowfield to the E and Narechen Glacier to the W. British mapping in 1971.

Mount Pontida (BGR) 69° 14' 17.7" S 71° 32' 51.0" W Mountain
Name ID: 138274 Place ID: 19852

The ice-covered mountain rising to 1700 m in Havre Mountains, northern Alexander Island. Situated 14.65 km E of Simon Peak, 5.42 km SE of Igralishte Peak, 8.26 km SW of Mount Newman and 19.2 km NNE of Mount Holt. Surmounts Foreman Glacier to the SE and Wubbold Glacier to the SW. British mapping in 1971.

Mozgovitsa Glacier (BGR) 69° 04' 10.0" S 71° 07' 40.0" W Glacier
Name ID: 138289 Place ID: 19867

The 10 km long in SE-NW direction and 2.5 km wide glacier on the NW side of Rouen Mountains in northern Alexander Island. Situated NNW of Frachat Glacier and NNE of Russian Gap. Flows northwestwards between Senouque Spurs, leaves Rouen Mountains and joins Bongrain Ice Piedmont. Vicinity visited on 6 January 1988 by the geological team of Christo Pimpirev and Borislav Kamenov (First Bulgarian Antarctic Expedition), and Philip Nell and Peter Marquis (British Antarctic Survey). British mapping in 1971.

Nebush Nunatak (BGR) 69° 37' 30.0" S 71° 04' 54.0" W Nunatak
Name ID: 138282 Place ID: 19860

The mostly ice-free rocky ridge extending 1.54 km in N-S direction and 1.1 km wide, rising to 900 m on the W side of Elgar Uplands in northern Alexander Island. Situated 1.8 km N of Appalachia Nunataks, 18 km NE of Sutton Heights, 10.63 km SE of Shaw Nunatak and 5 km SSW of Tegra Nunatak. Surmounts Nichols Snowfield to the W and its tributary Delius Glacier to the E. Visited on 30 January 1988 by the geological team of Christo Pimpirev and Borislav Kamenov (First Bulgarian Antarctic Expedition), and Philip Nell and Peter Marquis (British Antarctic Survey). British mapping in 1971.

Oselna Glacier (BGR) 69° 17' 05.0" S 71° 58' 30.0" W Glacier
Name ID: 138269 Place ID: 19847

The 4 km long in E-W direction and 1 km wide glacier on the W side of Havre Mountains in northern Alexander Island. Drains the SW slopes of Simon Peak, flows southwestwards and enters Lazarev Bay. British mapping in 1971.

Paroriya Buttress (BGR) 69° 13' 42.0" S 70° 55' 27.0" W Buttress
Name ID: 138288 Place ID: 19866

The mostly ice-covered buttress extending 9 km in NE-SW direction and 5.75 km wide, rising to 1800 m on the W side of Rouen Mountains in northern Alexander Island. Situated 9.4 km SW of Mount Hall, 10 km NW of Mount Sanderson, and 15.14 km ENE of Breze Peak in Havre Mountains. Surmounts Rosselin Glacier to the S, the head of Palestrina Glacier to the SW, Russian Gap to the NW and Frachat Glacier to the NNW. Visited on 10 January 1988 by the geological team of Christo Pimpirev and Borislav Kamenov (First Bulgarian Antarctic Expedition), and Philip Nell and Peter Marquis (British Antarctic Survey). British mapping in 1971.

Piyanets Ridge (BGR) 69° 20' 24.0" S 71° 46' 20.0" W Ridge
Name ID: 138271 Place ID: 19849

The upturned V-shaped, mostly ice-free ridge extending 5.6 km in N-S direction, 2.4 km wide and rising to 1000 m in Havre Mountains, northern Alexander Island. Situated 4.55 km NE of the coastal point formed by Hopkins Ridge, 3.77 km SE of Gazey Nunatak and 9.2 km NW of Mount Holt. Surmounts Kolokita Cove to the SW. British mapping in 1971.

Pripor Nunatak (BGR) 69° 38' 08.0" S 71° 41' 51.0" W Nunatak
Name ID: 138278 Place ID: 19856

The ridge extending 3 km in NE-SW direction and 600 m wide, rising to 250 m on the SW side of Lassus Mountains in northern Alexander Island. Situated 4 km SSE of Faulkner Nunatak, 3.86 km SW of Beagle Peak and 8.23 km NW of Mount Morley. Crescent-shaped facing SSE, with steep and mostly ice-free NW slopes. Surmounts Lazarev Bay to the NW. British mapping in 1971.

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