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Maglenik Heights (Bulgarian: Мъгленишки възвишения, ‘Maglenishki Vazvisheniya’ \'m&-gle-nish-ki v&-zvi-'she-ni-ya\) are the heights rising to 2980 m at Mount Gozur and including also Roberts Peak, Chapman Peak, Ichera Peak, Voysil Peak, Zimornitsa Peak and Mirovyane Peak in north-central Sentinel Range in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica, extending 26 km in north-south direction and 20 km in east-west direction. They are bounded by Ellen Glacier to the south and west, Embree Glacier and Kopsis Glacier to the north, and Rutford Ice Stream and Arapya Glacier to the east, and linked to Bangey Heights to the northwest by Panicheri Gap, and to Barnes Ridge to the east by Dropla Gap.
The heights are named after Maglenik Ridge in Southern Bulgaria.
Maglenik Heights are centred at Coordinates: . US mapping in 1961, updated in 1988.
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