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|Administered under the Antarctic Treaty System
Ribnik Island (Bulgarian: остров Рибник) is a mostly ice-covered island in the Pitt group of Biscoe Islands, Antarctica. The feature is 1 km long in southwest-northeast direction and 500 m wide.
The island is named after the settlement of Ribnik in Southwestern Bulgaria.
Ribnik Island is located at 65°22′05″S 65°21′34″W / 65.36806°S 65.35944°W, 780 m south-southeast of Knezha Island, 3.35 km northwest of Trundle Island and 3.4 km north of Vaugondy Island. British mapping in 1971.