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Kyulevcha Nunatak

Kyulevcha Nunatak is the rocky, partly ice-free ridge extending 4.17 km in northwest-southeast direction, 1.2 km wide, and rising to 1500 m between the upper courses of Fleece Glacier and Leppard Glacier on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. The feat ...

                                               

Mount Lagado

Mount Lagado is a mountain rising to about 1.200 metres on the south side of Leppard Glacier, west of Target Hill, on Oscar II Coast, Graham Land, Antarctica. In association with names from Jonathan Swifts Gullivers Travels grouped in this area, ...

                                               

Laputa Nunataks

The Laputa Nunataks are a range of nunataks and snow-covered hills with minor rock outcrops, rising from about 500 metres to over 1.000 metres, and located 6 nautical miles northwest of Adie Inlet on the east side of Graham Land, Antarctica. They ...

                                               

Larsen Nunatak

Larsen Nunatak is an island called nunatak 2 nautical miles north of Murdoch Nunatak in the Seal Nunataks group, off the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. The Seal Nunataks were discovered by a Norwegian whaling expedition under C.A. Larsen ...

                                               

Leppard Glacier

Leppard Glacier is a large valley glacier draining east between the Aristotle Mountains and Voden Heights, and flowing into Scar Inlet north of Ishmael Peak, on the east coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. The glacier was first seen from the air an ...

                                               

Lilliput Nunataks

The Lilliput Nunataks are three nunataks, from 600 to 700 metres high and trending southeast–northwest, located 3 nautical miles north of Gulliver Nunatak on the east side of Graham Land, Antarctica. The nunataks are snow free on their southeast ...

                                               

Madrid Dome

Madrid Dome is the ice dome rising to 1650 m at the southwest extremity of Aristotle Mountains on Oscar II Coast, Graham Land in Antarctica. It is surmounting Crane Glacier to the northwest and Flask Glacier to the south. The feature is named aft ...

                                               

Manastir Peak

Manastir Peak is a rocky peak rising to 1.300 m in Ivanili Heights on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It surmounts Brenitsa Glacier to the north and west, and Rogosh Glacier to the southeast. The feature is named after the settlement o ...

                                               

Marchaevo Peak

Marchaevo Peak is the sharp rocky peak rising to 1100 m in the northwest extremity of Zagreus Ridge on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It surmounts Hektoria Glacier to the northeast and a tributary to Paspal Glacier to the southwest. The feature i ...

                                               

Marsh Spur

Marsh Spur is a spur in the eastern Voden Heights about 4.5 nautical miles south of Bildad Peak and 4.5 nautical miles west of Scar Inlet on the east side of Graham Land, Antarctica. The spur is important geologically for the contact between base ...

                                               

Mount Mayhew

Mount Mayhew is a peak rising to 1.200 metres in Taridin Ridge, between Pequod Glacier and Starbuck Glacier, in the Aristotle Mountains on the east side of Graham Land, Antarctica. The southwest face of the peak is rocky and very steep, while the ...

                                               

McCarroll Peak

McCarroll Peak is a rock peak, 1.105 metres high, standing at the south side of Richthofen Pass on the east coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. The peak was probably first seen by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition under Otto Nordenskjold, 1901–04. T ...

                                               

Medea Dome

Medea Dome is a snow dome, 350 metres high, marking the eastern end of Philippi Rise on the east coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. It was surveyed by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey in 1953, and was named in 1956 by the UK Antarctic Plac ...

                                               

Melville Glacier

Melville Glacier is a glacier, 12 nautical miles long, between Mapple Glacier and Pequod Glacier on the east coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. It flows eastwards between Stevrek Ridge and Parlichev Ridge in the Aristotle Mountains, to enter Domly ...

                                               

Metlichina Ridge

Metlichina Ridge is the partly ice-free ridge extending 12.6 km in northwest-southeast direction, 3.9 km wide and rising to 850 m on Oscar II Coast, Graham Land in Antarctica. It is bounded by Punchbowl Glacier to the northeast, Exasperation Inle ...

                                               

Mihaylovski Crag

Mihaylovski Crag is the narrow rocky hill extending 3.8 km in west-northwest to east-southeast direction, 530 m wide, and rising to 200 m on the north side of the terminus of Rachel Glacier and on the southeast side of Krupen Ridge in eastern Ari ...

                                               

Mihnevski Peak

Mihnevski Peak is the rocky, partly ice-free peak rising to 600 m in southeastern Poibrene Heights on Blagoevgrad Peninsula, Oscar II Coast, Graham Land in Antarctica. It is overlooking Exasperation Inlet to the southwest. The feature is named af ...

                                               

Moider Peak

Moider Peak is a peak, 1.165 metres high, on the divide between Fleece Glacier and the upper reaches of Leppard Glacier, 12 nautical miles west of Mount Alibi, on the east side of Graham Land, Antarctica. It was surveyed by the Falkland Islands D ...

                                               

Mount Bosnek

Mount Bosnek is the ice-covered peak rising to 1.550 metres in the west part of Voden Heights on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It is situated between two southeastwards flowing tributaries to Fleece Glacier. The feature is named after the settle ...

                                               

Mount Izvor

Mount Izvor is the mostly ice-covered peak rising to 1500 m in the west part of Voden Heights on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It surmounts a tributary to Fleece Glacier to the southwest. The feature is named after the settlements of Izvor in So ...

                                               

Mount Sara Teodora

Mount Sara Teodora is the broad ice-covered peak rising to 1350 m in Aristotle Mountains on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It is situated in the southeast foothills of Madrid Dome, with its ice cap draining towards Starbuck Glacier to the northea ...

                                               

Mount Zadruga

Mount Zadruga is the ice-covered peak rising to 1650 m in the west part of Voden Heights on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It surmounts upper Flask Glacier to the north, and a tributary to Fleece Glacier to the south-southeast. The feature is nam ...

                                               

Mural Nunatak

Mural Nunatak is a conspicuous nunatak on the east side of Hektoria Glacier, 5 nautical miles northwest of Shiver Point, in Graham Land. Surveyed by Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey in 1947 and 1955. The name, given by United Kingdom Antarcti ...

                                               

Murdoch Nunatak

Murdoch Nunatak is a nunatak 3 nautical miles northeast of Donald Nunatak in the Seal Nunataks group, off the east coast of Antarctic Peninsula. First charted by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey in 1947, and named by them for W.G. Burn Mu ...

                                               

Oceana Nunatak

Oceana Nunatak is one of the Seal Nunataks, lying at the northwest corner of Robertson Island, off the east coast of Antarctic Peninsula. Discovered by a Norwegian whaling expedition under C.A. Larsen in December 1893, and named after the Oceana ...

                                               

Okorsh Saddle

Okorsh Saddle is the rocky saddle of elevation 1150 m on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land linking Foster Plateau to the north to Ivanili Heights to the south. It is part of the glacial divide between Brenitsa Glacier and Rogosh Glacier. The feature ...

                                               

Oscar II Coast

Oscar II Coast is that portion of the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula between Cape Fairweather to the north, and Cape Alexander to the south. Discovered in 1893 by Captain C.A. Larsen, who named it for King Oscar II of Norway and Sweden. To ...

                                               

Padesh Ridge

Padesh Ridge is the rocky ridge extending 12.7 km in east-west direction, 2.2 km wide, and rising to 910 m in eastern Aristotle Mountains on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It surmounts Rachel Glacier to the north and Starbuck Glacier to the south ...

                                               

Pamidovo Nunatak

Pamidovo Nunatak is the rocky ridge extending 4.42 km in west-southwest to east-northeast direction, 1.18 km wide, and rising to 850 m in Voden Heights on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It surmounts Fleece Glacier to the southwest. Named after th ...

                                               

Parlichev Ridge

Parlichev Ridge is the narrow rocky ridge extending 33.9 km from the foothills of Madrid Dome to the west to Kalina Point to the east, 3.8 km wide, and rising to 1250 m in Aristotle Mountains on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It surmounts Melvill ...

                                               

Pedersen Nunatak

Pedersen Nunatak is the westernmost of the Seal Nunataks, lying 8 nautical miles northeast of Cape Fairweather, off the east coast of Antarctic Peninsula. First charted in 1947 by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey, and named for Captain Mo ...

                                               

Peleg Peak

Peleg Peak is a rock peak in eastern Voden Heights on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It stands 4 nautical miles northwest of Ishmael Peak. Surveyed by Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey in 1955. Named by United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Com ...

                                               

Pelias Bluff

Pelias Bluff is a conspicuous rock bluff rising to more than 150 meters at the head of the inlet lying immediately west of Standring Inlet, on the north coast of Jason Peninsula in Graham Land. It was surveyed by the Falkland Islands Dependencies ...

                                               

Peychinov Crag

Peychinov Crag is the narrow rocky nunatak extending 3.58 km in northwest-southeast direction and 700 m wide, rising to 1300 m in the southwest foothills of Aristotle Mountains on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It is situated in upper Flask Glaci ...

                                               

Philippi Rise

Philippi Rise is a low, snow-covered promontory 7 nautical miles wide and extending some 10 nautical miles southeast from the east coast of Graham Land. The ice surface is highest in the west, where it rises to about 395 m and is broken by Borchg ...

                                               

Pip Cliffs

Pip Cliffs is a prominent rock cliffs, rising to about 1.250 m in southwestern Aristotle Mountains, 10 km west of Mount Fedallah and 3.5 km east of Peychinov Crag, on the north side of Flask Glacier on Oscar II Coast, Graham Land. In association ...

                                               

Pippin Peaks

Pippin Peaks is an east-west line of several Antarctic peaks ranging in height from 880 m to 1.160 m and formed of white or pink granite. The feature is situated in the southern Aristotle Mountains, at the west end of Stubb Glacier where it forms ...

                                               

Pirgos Peak

Pirgos Peak is the rocky peak rising to 850 m in Austa Ridge on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land surmounting Borima Bay to the north, and Veselie Glacier to the south. The feature is named after the ancient town of Pirgos in Southeastern Bulgaria.

                                               

Pirne Peak

Pirne Peak is the rocky peak rising to 600 m on the coast of Vaughan Inlet, at the northeast extremity of Rugate Ridge on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It surmounts Green Glacier to the northwest and Musina Glacier to the southwest. The feature ...

                                               

Poibrene Heights

Poibrene Heights are the heights rising to 850 m on Oscar II Coast, Graham Land in Antarctica. They are extending 18 km in northwest-southeast direction and 10 km wide, and surmounting Evans Glacier to the north, Vaughan Inlet to the northeast, t ...

                                               

Pollux Nunatak

Pollux Nunatak is one of the Seal Nunataks, lying 2 nautical miles northwest of Robertson Island in Larsen Ice Shelf. The probable existence of the feature was first reported by Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey in 1947 and its existence was c ...

                                               

Punchbowl Glacier

Punchbowl Glacier is a glacier that flows southwards between Poibrene Heights and Metlichina Ridge, and enters the north end of Exasperation Inlet, north of Jorum Glacier, on the east side of Graham Land, Antarctica. Surveyed by Falkland Islands ...

                                               

Mount Quandary

Mount Quandary is a mountain on the east side and near the head of Hektoria Glacier, 12 miles northwest of Shiver Point, in Graham Land. Surveyed by Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey in 1955; the name arose because when first viewed it could n ...

                                               

Mount Queequeg

Mount Queequeg is a conspicuous, partly snow-covered mountain with three conical summits, the highest 900 m, situated in eastern Aristotle Mountains between the mouths of Starbuck and Stubb Glaciers on the east coast of Graham Land in Antarctica. ...

                                               

Rachel Glacier

Rachel Glacier is a glacier on the east coast of Graham Land, 6 nautical miles long, flowing east between Krupen Ridge and Padesh Ridge to enter Exasperation Inlet southwest of Mihaylovski Crag. The name, applied by United Kingdom Antarctic Place ...

                                               

Radovene Point

Radovene Point is the rocky point on the south side of the entrance to Sexaginta Prista Bay and the north side of the entrance to Domlyan Bay on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It is situated at the east extremity of Stevrek Ridge, and was formed ...

                                               

Ranyari Point

Ranyari Point is the rounded ice-covered point on the southeast side of the entrance to Durostorum Bay on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It is situated on the north coast of Akra Peninsula, and was formed as a result of the break-up of Larsen Ice ...

                                               

Ravnogor Peak

Ravnogor Peak is the rocky, partly ice-free peak rising to 850 m in southeastern Poibrene Heights on Oscar II Coast, Graham Land in Antarctica. The feature is named after the settlement of Ravnogor in southern Bulgaria.

                                               

Reselets Peak

Reselets Peak is the rocky, partly ice-free peak rising to 1000 m on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land, and surmounting Brenitsa Glacier to the northwest. The feature is named after the settlement of Reselets in Northern Bulgaria.

                                               

Richthofen Pass

Richthofen Pass is a pass, 1 nautical mile wide, between Mount Fritsche and the rock wall north of McCarroll Peak, on the east coast of Graham Land. Discovered and photographed in 1902 by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition under Nordenskjold, who n ...