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Name Latitude Longitude Feature Type
Lake Kitezh (GBR) 62° 11' 37.2" S 58° 57' 55.4" W Water body
Name ID: 109639 Place ID: 7587

NW of Ardley Cove, Fildes Peninsula (q.v.), King George Island, was named Ozero Kitezh (Govorukha and Simonov, 1973a, map p.10) or Lake Kitezh (Govorukha and Simonov, 1973b, map p.370; APC, 1980, p.4) by SAE from "Bellingshausen Station", after the ancient Russian city Kitezh of legendary fame; used as a reservoir for the station situated 500m to the SE. Lago Kitesch (Brazil. PenĂ­nsula Fildes map, 1984). Lake Kitezh (BA chart 1771,

Lake Kitezh (USA) 62° 12' 00.0" S 58° 58' 00.0" W Water body
Name ID: 127454 Place ID: 7587

A lake 0.3 mi long near the center of Fildes Peninsula, King George Island. The largest of many lakes on the peninsula, it has been used as a reservoir by the SovAE Bellingshausen Station and the Chilean Rodolfo Marsh Station. The name is adapted from the Russian "Ozero Kitezh" used in a 1973 geographical report by L.S. Govorukha and I.M. Simonov. Named after Kitezh, an ancient Russian city of legendary fame.

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