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Emen Island
Location Antarctica
Archipelago Palmer Archipelago
Administered under the Antarctic Treaty System
Population 0

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 64°32′03″S 64°01′14″W / 64.53417°S 64.02056°W / -64.53417; -64.02056, 10.45 km northeast of Gerlache Point and 8.77 km southwest of Bonnier Point. British mapping in 1974.


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