Enravota Glacier

Location of Nordenskjöld Coast on Antarctic Peninsula.

Enravota Glacier (Bulgarian: ледник Енравота, ‘Lednik Enravota’ \'led-nik en-ra-'vo-ta\) is the 10 km long and 3.5 km wide glacier on Nordenskjöld Coast in Graham Land situated southwest of Vrachesh Glacier and north of lower Drygalski Glacier. It drains the south slopes of Ruth Ridge, and flows southeastwards to join Drygalski Glacier east of Bekker Nunataks. The feature is named after the Bulgarian prince St. Boyan-Enravota (9th century).


Enravota Glacier is located at 64°41′00″S 60°48′10″W / 64.68333°S 60.80278°W / -64.68333; -60.80278Coordinates: 64°41′00″S 60°48′10″W / 64.68333°S 60.80278°W / -64.68333; -60.80278. British mapping in 1978.



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

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