Fruzhin Peak facts for kids
Fruzhin Peak (Bulgarian: връх Фружин) is the peak rising to 1420 m in the south part of Petvar Heights, southeast Sentinel Range in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica. It overlooks Hudman Glacier to the west and Carey Glacier to the east.
The peak is named after the Bulgarian prince and military commander Fruzhin (14-15th century).
Fruzhin Peak is located at Malkoch Peak and 9.5 km northwest of Mountainview Ridge. US mapping in 1961, updated in 1988., which is 8.02 km east by south of Marze Peak, 6.04 km south-southeast of Miller Peak, 5.83 km west-southwest of
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