Dralfa Point

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Location of Anvers Island in the Antarctic Peninsula region.

Dralfa Point (Bulgarian: нос Дралфа, ‘Nos Dralfa’ \'nos 'dral-fa\) is the point on the south side of the entrance to Patagonia Bay and the north side of the entrance to Fournier Bay, forming the north extremity of Thompson Peninsula on the northeast coast of Anvers Island in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica. Situated 26 km south-southeast of Cape Grönland, 7.07 km south by east of Gourdon Point and 18.6 km northwest of Ryswyck Point.

The point is named after the settlement of Dralfa in northeastern Bulgaria.


Dralfa Point is located at 64°27′18″S 63°05′23″W / 64.45500°S 63.08972°W / -64.45500; -63.08972Coordinates: 64°27′18″S 63°05′23″W / 64.45500°S 63.08972°W / -64.45500; -63.08972. British mapping in 1980.



This article includes information from the Antarctic Place-names Commission of Bulgaria which is used with permission.