Trebishte Island facts for kids
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Trebishte Island (Bulgarian: остров Требище) is a rocky island 770 m long in southeast–northwest direction and 380 m wide lying in Perrier Bay on the northwest coast of Anvers Island in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica. It is separated from Anvers Island to the south and Vromos Island to the north by 300 m and 220 m wide passages respectively.
The island is named after the settlement of Trebishte in Southern Bulgaria.
Trebishte Island is located at, 5.07 km east-northeast of Giard Point and 11.45 km south of Quinton Point. British mapping in 1980.
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