Kereka Island facts for kids
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Kereka Island (Bulgarian: остров Керека, IPA: [ˈɔstrof kɛˈrɛkɐ]) is a mostly ice-covered island in the Pitt group of Biscoe Islands, Antarctica. It is 1.75 km long in southeast-northwest direction and 580 m wide, and is separated from neighbouring Slumkey Island to the west-southwest by an 80 m wide passage.
The island is named after the settlement of Kereka in Northern Bulgaria.
Kereka Island is located at, 3.15 km south of Snodgrass Island and 4.4 km northwest of Lacuna Island. British mapping in 1971.
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