Sratsimir Hill

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Location of Davis Coast.

Sratsimir Hill (Bulgarian: хълм Срацимир, ‘Halm Sratsimir’ \'h&lm sra-tsi-'mir\) is the hill rising to 732 m at the north extremity of Korten Ridge on Davis Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is situated on Svilengrad Peninsula and surmounts Lanchester Bay to the west and Jordanoff Bay to the northeast.

The hill is named after the settlement of Sratsimir in Northeastern Bulgaria, in association with the Bulgarian ruler Tsar Ivan Sratsimir, 1356-1396.

Location[edit]

Sratsimir Hill is located at 63°51′51″S 59°54′04″W / 63.86417°S 59.90111°W / -63.86417; -59.90111Coordinates: 63°51′51″S 59°54′04″W / 63.86417°S 59.90111°W / -63.86417; -59.90111, which is 8.23 km north-northwest of Sredorek Peak, 2.78 km north by west of Bankya Peak, 2.84 km southeast of Wennersgaard Point and 7.83 km northwest of Velichkov Knoll. German-British mapping in 1996.

Map[edit]

  • Trinity Peninsula. Scale 1:250000 topographic map No. 5697. Institut für Angewandte Geodäsie and British Antarctic Survey, 1996.

References[edit]

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