Duridanov Peak facts for kids
Duridanov Peak (Bulgarian: Дуриданов връх) is the sharp rocky peak in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica rising to 2500 m on the side ridge that trends 9.15 km from Mount Dalrymple on the main crest of northern Sentinel Range east-northeastwards to Robinson Pass. It surmounts Sabazios Glacier to the north.
The peak is named after the Bulgarian linguist Ivan Duridanov (1920-2005).
Duridanov Peak is located at 77°56′24″S 85°46′33″W / 77.94000°S 85.77583°W, which is 5.67 km northeast of Mount Dalrymple, 2.48 km east-northeast of Nikola Peak, 6.65 km southwest of Mount Malone in Sostra Heights and 9.23 km northwest of Mount Schmid in Bangey Heights. US mapping in 1961.
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