Emen Island facts for kids
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Emen Island (Bulgarian: остров Емен, IPA: [ˈɔstrof ˈɛmɛn]) is a rocky island in the southwest part of Hamburg Bay on the northwest coast of Anvers Island in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica. The feature is 920 m long in southeast-northwest direction and 580 m wide, and is separated from Anvers Island to the south and Petrelik Island to the northwest by 570 m and 160 m wide passages respectively.
The island is named after the village of Emen in Bulgaria.
Emen Island is located at Gerlache Point and 8.77 km southwest of Bonnier Point. British mapping in 1974., 10.45 km northeast of
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