Bogen Glacier

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Bogen Glacier (54°48′S 35°56′W / 54.800°S 35.933°W / -54.800; -35.933Coordinates: 54°48′S 35°56′W / 54.800°S 35.933°W / -54.800; -35.933) is a small glacier on the north side of Drygalski Fjord between Trendall Crag and Hamilton Bay, at the southeast end of South Georgia. It was named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee in 1979 after Arne Bogen, Norwegian sealer working in South Georgia after 1950; Master of the sealing vessel Albatross and Station Foreman, Grytviken.

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