Troyan Peak


Troyan Peak

Troyan Peak (Vrah Troyan 'vr&h tro-'yan) is a peak rising to 810m in the Friesland Ridge of the Tangra Mountains in Livingston Island, Antarctica. It has a steep snow free west slope and surmounts the Ruen Icefall to the north, west and south. The peak is named after the Bulgarian town of Troyan.

Location

The peak is located at coord|62|41|58|S|60|14|38|W| which is 1.55km west by northwest of St. Cyril Peak and 1.8km north of St. Methodius Peak (Bulgarian mapping in 2005).

External links

* [http://www3.pnra.it/SCAR_GAZE SCAR Composite Antarctic Gazetteer] .
* [http://www.mfa.government.bg/uploads/imgs/Livingston/livingston.jpgReference Map]


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