Bergison Peak facts for kids
Bergison Peak (Bulgarian: връх Бергисон) is the peak rising to 2000 m in the southern portion of Bastien Range in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica. The feature has steep and partly ice-free west slopes, and surmounts Karasura Glacier to the north, Nimitz Glacier to the northeast, and upper Minnesota Glacier to the southwest.
The peak is named after the Thracian fortress of Bergison in Southern Bulgaria.
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