Pripor Nunatak

Pripor Nunatak is the ridge extending 3 km in northeast-southwest direction and 600 m wide, rising to 250 m on the southwest side of Lassus Mountains in northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. It is crescent-shaped facing south-southeast, with steep and mostly ice-free northwest slopes, and surmounts Lazarev Bay to the northwest. The feature is named after the historical settlement of Pripor in Southeastern Bulgaria.


Pripor Nunatak is the ridge extending 3 km in northeast-southwest direction and 600 m wide, rising to 250 m on the southwest side of Lassus Mountains in northern Alexander Island, Antarctica. It is crescent-shaped facing south-southeast, with steep and mostly ice-free northwest slopes, and surmounts Lazarev Bay to the northwest. The feature is named after the historical settlement of Pripor in Southeastern Bulgaria.
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