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Bulgaria in Antarctica

October 29 2005 at 8:08 AM
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Grytvika  (Login Grytvika)

 
Hi folks!

You might be interested to download a high resolution JPEG image of the recently published large-scale map of Livingston Island, Antarctica from:


http://www.mfa.government.bg/index.php?tid=19&item_id=11979

In particular, one may notice on the map the names Asparuh, Avitohol, Botev, Burgas, Delchev, Gabrovo, Hemus, Kaliakra, Kresna, Kuber, Kubrat, Levski, Maritsa, Melnik, Mesta, Miziya, Omurtag, Orpheus, Paisiy, Plovdiv, Presian, Rila, Rozhen, Sliven, Spartacus, St. Cyril, St. Ivan Rilski, St. Kliment Ohridski, St. Methodius, St. Naum, Struma, Tangra, Tarnovo, Vaptsarov, Varna, Vazov, Vidin, Vihren, Yambol, Zograf etc., among the present 200 established Bulgarian names in Antarctica.

These names are integral part of the authoritative international registry of all Antarctic names, the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica. Details of the relevant geographical features and the origin of their names are available at:

http://www3.pnra.it/SCAR_GAZE

Best, Grytvika

 
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