Krivodol Glacier

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Krivodol Glacier
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Location of Smith Island in the South Shetland Islands
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Location of Krivodol Glacier in Antarctica
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Krivodol Glacier (Antarctica)
Location Smith Island
South Shetland Islands
Coordinates 62°58′55″S62°29′25″W / 62.98194°S 62.49028°W / -62.98194; -62.49028
Length2 nautical miles (3.7 km; 2.3 mi)
Thicknessunknown
Terminus Osmar Strait
Statusunknown
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Topographic map of Smith Island.

Krivodol Glacier (Bulgarian : ледник Криводол, romanized: lednik Krivodol, IPA:  [ˈlɛdnik krivoˈdɔɫ] ) is a 3.8 km long glacier on Smith Island, South Shetland Islands in Antarctica draining the southeast slopes of Imeon Range northeast and east of Antim Peak, southeast of Varshets Saddle and south of Slatina Peak. It is situated southwest of Ovech Glacier and northeast of Pashuk Glacier, and flows southeastward into Osmar Strait northeast od Sredets Point. Bulgarian early mapping in 2008. The glacier is named after the town of Krivodol in northwestern Bulgaria.

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Coordinates: 62°58′55″S62°29′25″W / 62.98194°S 62.49028°W / -62.98194; -62.49028

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The southeast side of Smith Island from Osmar Strait

This article includes information from the Antarctic Place-names Commission of Bulgaria which is used with permission.