Tlachene Cove (Bulgarian : залив Тлачене, ‘Zaliv Tlachene’ \'za-liv 'tla-che-ne\) is the 4 km wide cove indenting for 3.6 km Loubet Coast on the Antarctic Peninsula. It is part of Darbel Bay, entered southwest of Kudelin Point and northeast of Gostilya Point. The cove was formed as a result of the retreat of Hopkins Glacier during the last two decades of the 20th century.
Bulgarian, is an Indo-European language and a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic language family.
Loubet Coast is the portion of the west coast of Graham Land in Antarctic Peninsula, extending 158 km between Cape Bellue to the northeast and Bourgeois Fjord to the southwest. South of Loubet Coast is Fallieres Coast, north is Graham Coast.
The Antarctic Peninsula, known as O'Higgins Land in Chile, Tierra de San Martin in Argentina, and originally known as the Palmer Peninsula in the US and as Graham Land in Great Britain, is the northernmost part of the mainland of Antarctica, located at the base of the Southern Hemisphere.
The feature is named after the settlement of Tlachene in Northwestern Bulgaria.
Gostilya Point is located at Coordinates: . British mapping in 1976.
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Medven Glacier is a 2.5 km long and 1.5 km wide glacier on Ioannes Paulus II Peninsula, Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica situated east of Etar Snowfield, south of Urdoviza Glacier and north of Berkovitsa Glacier. It is bounded by the east slopes of Oryahovo Heights and drains eastwards into Prisoe Cove, Hero Bay between Remetalk Point and Agüero Point. Bulgarian mapping in 2005 and 2009.
Tundzha Glacier is a glacier on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica situated east-southeast of Berkovitsa Glacier, west of Saedinenie Snowfield, northwest of Pimpirev Glacier, north of Kamchiya Glacier and east-northeast of Verila Glacier. It is bounded by Snow Peak to the west, Teres Ridge to the east and the glacial divide between the Drake Passage and Bransfield Strait to the south. The glacier extends 7.5 nautical miles in east-west direction and 2.4 nautical miles in the north-south direction, and drains northwards into Hero Bay between Avitohol Point and Siddins Point.
Škorpil Glacier is the 12 km long and 10 km wide glacier on Pernik Peninsula, Loubet Coast on the west side of Antarctic Peninsula, situated northeast of Stefan Ice Piedmont and W of Solun Glacier. It drains the north slopes of Protector Heights, and flows northwards into Darbel Bay east of Madell Point.
Dimitrov Cove is the 6.8 km wide cove indenting for 4.8 km the northwest coast of Velingrad Peninsula on Graham Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica, which is entered between Pripek Point to the west and Biser Point to the east. Hoek Glacier and Rusalka Glacier flow into the cove, their termini separated by Veshka Point, while Camacúa Island is lying at the cove's entrance.
Mitkaloto Peak is the rocky, partly ice-free peak rising to 1200 m on Eurydice Peninsula, Danco Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica next north of Kapisturia Cove and north-northwest of the terminus of Bozhinov Glacier on the east coast of Charlotte Bay.
Elovdol Glacier is the 8 km long and 3 km wide glacier in Arkovna Ridge, Aristotle Mountains on Oscar II Coast in Graham Land. It flows 6 km eastwards, then turns southeast to join Mapple Glacier. The feature is named after the settlements of Elovdol in Western Bulgaria.
Krasava Point is the point on the southeast side of the entrance to Finaeus Cove on the northeast coast of Magnier Peninsula, Graham Coast on the Antarctic Peninsula. It is formed by an offshoot of Orbel Peak.
Finaeus Cove is the 3.8 km wide cove indenting for 2.8 km the northeast coast of Magnier Peninsula, Graham Coast on the Antarctic Peninsula. It is part of Leroux Bay, entered southeast of Vartop Point and northwest of Krasava Point. The head of the cove is fed by Muldava Glacier.
Kudelin Point is the point on the northeast side of the entrance to Tlachene Cove on Loubet Coast, Antarctic Peninsula. The point is formed by an offshoot of Gaydari Peak, and was shaped as a result of the retreat of Hopkins Glacier during the last two decades of the 20th century.
Gostilya Point is the point on the southwest side of the entrance to Tlachene Cove on Loubet Coast, Antarctic Peninsula. The point was formed as a result of the retreat of Hopkins Glacier during the last two decades of the 20th century.
Kuvikal Point is the point on the east side of the entrance to Transmarisca Bay and the west side of the entrance to Suregetes Cove on the north coast of Krogh Island in Biscoe Islands, Antarctica. The eponymous group of small Kuvikal Islands, centred off the point at, extends 2 km (1.2 mi) in southwest-northeast direction and 2 km (1.2 mi) in south-southeast to north-northwest direction.
Zagrade Point is the point on the east side of the entrance to Suregetes Cove on the north coast of Krogh Island in Biscoe Islands, Antarctica.
Suregetes Cove is the 2.47 km wide cove indenting for 1.9 km the N coast of Krogh Island in Biscoe Islands, Antarctica. It is entered east of Kuvikal Point and west of Zagrade Point.
Arzos Peak is the sharp rocky peak on the west side of northern Sentinel Range in Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica rising to 1970 m on the side ridge extending from a peak standing on the main crest of the range just north-northwest of Mount Dawson. Arzos is the ancient Thracian name of Sazliyka River in Southern Bulgaria.
Bregare Point is the point projecting 2 km into Crates Bay on the northeast coast of Stresher Peninsula on Graham Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is named after the settlement of Bregare in Northern Bulgaria.
Hadzhi Dimitar Peak is the mostly ice-covered peak of elevation 2000 m in the west foothills of Avery Plateau on Loubet Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It has steep and partly ice-free west and east slopes, and surmounts Hopkins Glacier to the west and north, and a tributary to that glacier to the southwest.
Gaydari Peak is the ice-covered peak rising to 800 m on the coast of Darbel Bay on Loubet Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It surmounts Darbel Bay to the west and its part Tlachene Cove to the south, and Hopkins Glacier to the southeast.
Sokol Point is the narrow hilly point projecting 1.9 km into Darbel Bay on Loubet Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica. It is formed by an offshoot of Sherba Ridge, and separates the glacier termini of Drummond Glacier to the east and Widdowson Glacier to the south.
Dolie Glacier is the 9.5 km long and 2.4 km wide glacier on Pernik Peninsula, Loubet Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica, situated southwest of McCance Glacier and northeast of Blagun Glacier. It flows northwestwards between Hodge Ridge and Liebig Peak, and joins Wilkinson Glacier.
Koriten Glacier is the 5.5 km long and 1.3 km wide glacier on Pernik Peninsula, Loubet Coast in Graham Land, Antarctica, situated northwest of Wilkinson Glacier. It flows southwestwards from Protector Heights and enters the head of Chepra Cove.
The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) is an interdisciplinary body of the International Council for Science (ICSU).
The Antarctic Place-names Commission was established by the Bulgarian Antarctic Institute in 1994, and since 2001 has been a body affiliated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria.
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